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Hatch ' y 

GAO orders audit 
o f Crystal %k ? ngs 
purchase by Corps 



By BRUCE HAMMOND 
Times-News writer 



TWIN FALLS - The U.S. General 
Accounting Office Friday ordered an 
audit of the pending Crylsal Springs 
hatchery sale to the U.S. Army Corps 
of Engineers. 

"The GAO Is going to make an 
immediate review of the (hatchery) 
appraisal to make sure iL"$ in the best 
Interest of the taxpayer and In the 
best interest of the two parties in- 

wived— in-the— sate^ 1 S en St e ve 

Symms" Washington aide, Andrew 
Schlrrmiester, announced late Friday 
afternoon. 

Schlrrmiester said the property- 
appraisal review was Jointly re- 



quested by Symms, Sen. James Mc- 
Clure and Rep. George Hansen, all of 
Idaho, In response to both Individuals 
and groups complaining that the 
proposed sale price Is too high. . 

The proposed price for the 38-pond 
hatchery owned by Buhl trout farmer 
Ken Ellis is "In the ballpark" of 13 2 
million, according to - Corps 
spokesman Orel Dugger. Dugger said 
this week the sale price and a change 
of possession date of March 1982 had 
been agreed on. but a contract be- 
tween Ellis an d the C orps wa s_sti 1 1 
away"*' 



STfoTwo wo 



As a result of this week's public 
concern! the Cryslal Springs apprais- 
al Is also being re-examined by Ihe 
Corps' chief engineer in Washington. 



U.C.. according to a Hansen aide. 
Tom Day ley. 

However, spokesmen for three of 
the largest Magic Valley trout com- 
panies - Clear Springs. Blue Lakes 
and Rangcns — say they're shocked 
by what could be the highest price 
ever paid for Idaho water, calling It 
"out of proportion, with present 
market value." 

Clear Springs manager Larry Cope 
said a rough estimate done by his 
company on the Crystal Springs site 
last year came to about $500,000, Cope 

praisal of the hatchery's value and 
admitted It may be worth several 
hundred thousand dollars more to the 
Corps for stwlhcad rearing purposes. 
Appraisal of Crystal Springs was 



done for the Corps by Idaho Lands and 
Appraisal Co. of Boise. Cope said his 
company estimated the value of the 
hatchery on request of Idaho Lands 
and Appraisal. 

- Other aspects of the proposed sale 
challenged by Idaho trout growers, 
include charges that other suitable 
sites are available for purchase at 
lower prices and that the Crystal 
Springs site uses a water source they 
feel Is unreliable because the water is 
piped across the Snake River to Its 
south bank. 

EWalhaista IsJwaJfdjttaut live 

miles northeast of Buhl. 
Wednesday, the Corps ' District 

"Engineer's office In Walla Walla, 
Wash., conducted a procedural re- 
• See CRYSTAL SPRINGS Page A2 




Changes 
seen in 
bond bill 



By LARRY SWISHER 
Times-News writer 



BOISE - Efforts are being made to 
remove the major objections of 
private groups to the state's proposed 
water projects loan fund before It goes 
to the Legislature next week. 

Without changes In the Idaho Water 
Resources Board's plan, some pro- 
ponents fear Idaho Power Co. will be 
able to prevent the proposal from 
gassing, as It did last year. 

That could leave the state open to a 
"catastrophe," "according to one 
legislator, If the rehabilitation of 
about 20 Idaho dams that are poten- 
tially hazardous or In need of atten- 
tion cannot be funded this year. 

Under the proposed law, the Water 
Resources Board could Issue revenue 
bonds and loan the money to irriga- 
tion districts and canal companies for 
repairs and installation of power- 
generating facilities. 

According to sources, the obstacles 
to passage include: T ? 

• Hydroelectric provision. Idaho 
"Powerh arvowe"<T" urstop anythln 



that finances construction or Instalia, 
Hon of power generating facilities by 
non-utllltles, one source said. 
,• Condemnation. The water board 
would have "wars on their hands," a 
source said, if it funded a new Irriga- 
tion development that obtained the 
use of another canal company's 
' system by "legal force." 
*j • Tax-free bonds. Idaho Power has 
taken a position that "everyone 
should pay their fair share of taxes," 
but proponents point out the bonds 
would be tax free only for non-profit 
entitles, not those that already pay 
taxes. 

Friday a discussion on the proposal 
was held between two water board 
• See BONDS Page A2 



What a patade 



New York rolls out the carpet for ex-hostages 



NEW YORK IUPI) - More than 2 million New Yorkers 
turned out Friday for a cheering, flag-waving ticker-tape 
parade up Broadway for the liberated hostages, 

From roof tops and balconies, office building and 
apartment windows, sidewalks and street corners, the 
crowds poured out their adoration for the returned 
prisoners, who just 10 days ago flew from Teheran to 
liberty. 

A blizzard of pliper swirled down In chilly, bright 
sunshine on 23 of the hostages and their families as they 
moved up the canyons of lower Broadway from the 

Battery to City Hall. 

The guests of honor, riding in 19 limousines amid brass 
. bands, skirling bagpipers and smiling politicians, waved ' 
' and yelled their thanks to the unabashed outpouring of 

emotion. 

At the end of the parade, Mayor Edward Koch, his voice 
.shaking with emotion, stood on the steps of City Hall and 
told the returned Americans : 

"Our hearts, our minds, our love, our affection," bur 
respect went out to these men and women who stood up for 
America... We welcome you with the determination that 
no American will never again be forced to endure 
captivity." 

. Tied to everything and Worn by just about everybody 
were miles of yellow ribbons. 

At Federal Hall on Wall Street, where George 
Washington was sworn In as president, two huge flags 



were draped from pillars and a statue of George held 
yellow bows In each hand. 

The Staten island ferry tooted a welcome and police 
flreboats sent up streams of red. white and blue water at 
the foot of New York Harbor. 

The parade moved out into streets thick with confetti, 
ticker tape and yellow ribbons, as tyew Yorkers struggled 
to match the record — 5,433 tons — they set in a 
spontaneous celebrratlon Aug, 14, 1*15 — VJ Day. 

In front of City Hall, where the guests of honor were 
given keys to the city and "Proud City Awards." Cardinal 
Terence Cooke lead the huge throng In prayer. 

"Heavenly father, we offer this prayer of thanksgiving 
for the safe return of our brothers and sisters who were 
held hostage in Iran," he said. "Never are our prayers 
unanswered." ■ 

Clearly moved by the festivities, Koch shouted across 
the plaia, his voice cracking. "This Is a time not for 
speeches, but for cheering. Let's cheer them on." The 
crowd responded with a roar. 

New York's 48-hour bash for the freed hostages and 
their famlles could easily be' called a hot time in the old 
town. 

All the attractions that makes Baghdad-on-thc-subway 
famous were provided - Broadway shows and gourmet 
meals In sumptous restaurants;- suites at the Waldolf- 
Astorla Hotel; champagne receptions and snap-of-the- 
flngerservlce. 



Vietnam vets wonder why hostages are heroes 



. .By United Press International 

■.. Vietnam veteran Dominie Spada 
sometimes lied when people-asked 

, about his limp. He said he was in a 
traffic accident. 

"When I got back from Vietnam 
with shrapnel In both of my legs, I was 

.considered a drug-crazed baby- 

' killer," Spada, 32, o( Boston,' said 
Friday. "When the hostages came 
back, they got a giant applause — for 
what? For getting caught, that's 
what. It'sdamned unfair." 
Spada and other veterans of 

.yieln am .tempered criticism of the 
tumultuous reception given the 52 



ffNsd hostages by saying they were 
glad It was over. 

But the bitterness was evident; 
"By contrast, veterans of World War 
II lauded the receptton-glven the freed 
hostages,-, saying it rekindled patri- 
otism in the United States. 

Ed Allen, 57, of Cleveland,. a. World 
War II prisoner of war, said while he 
felt the hostage story was overplayed, 
"It's pulled us together, we needed 
that." 

Spada, who was in Vietnam in 1966 
and 1967, also felt a resurgence of 
nationalism. "These are flag-waving 
ttmes,"hesald. 

"I'm glad they're back," Spado - 



said, "but you ftriow, it's funny. I 
come back feeling like a fool and they 
come back feelingllke heroes," 

"There are a number of Vietnam 
veterans who are somewhat resentful 
of the treatment given the hostages," 
Gregory Kane, associate director of 
the Vietnam Veterans of. America, 
said. 

"But the real resentment comes 
when Vietnam veterans look back and 
see how they were treated." 

Vietnam' vet, Adam Legg, 34, of 
Cleveland, noted, "When - we came 
-home, everything was nut under the 
table — It was hidden. They Issued me 
' a set of greens, showed me the door, 
-and that was It." - - - — 



HUD tentatively OKs grants 
for two valley communities 



WASHINGTON - The U.S. De- 
partment of Housing and Urban 
Development has tentatively 
approved $1.7 million In grants for 
two Magic Valley communities. 

The city of Rupert would receive 
$1.5 million lor community im- 
provements and the community of 
Rogerson would receive $215,000 
for water system modifications. 

In announcing the agency's pre- 
liminary approval of the. grants, i 
Rep. George Hansen, R-Idaho, 
said the communities' pre- 
applications for lunds were found 
to be.eliglble under HUD's Small 
Cities Program. The communities . 
have been Invited to submit full 
applications to the agency. 

Rupert Mayor W. F. "Bill" 
Whittom said his city would use the 
funds as follows: 



• $300,000 to establish a revolv- 
ing low-interest loan fund for hous- 
ing rehabilitation in the southeast 
section of the city. 

• $250,000 for the construction of 
sidewalks and streets In the 
southeast area, 

• $950,000 for the construction Of 
a 1.3-mllllon-gallon water tank and 
Improvement of water distribution 
lines, 

Twin Falls County Commission- 
er Mcr) Leonard said the $215,000 
. will be used to replace an Inde- 
quale water well at Rogerson. 

The new well will be needed as 
the community continues to grow, 
he said. 

He said county officials plan to 
meet next week with the project 
consultant, J-U-B Engineers Inc., 
of Twin Falls, and with officials of 



the ' Region IV Development 
Association to begin drawing up 
the formalappllcation and project 
specifications. 

"We're going to move fast on it," 
he said. 

Leonard send the county should 
receive the funda_by_early sum- 
mer. J <> 

Other Idaho communities In- 
cluded In Hansen's grant an- 
nouncement were: 

* Challls — $300,000 for water 
distribution lines. 

■ Pocatello — S1.5 million over a 
three-year period for street Im- 
provements and replacement of 
water line and storage facilities. 

• Menan and Jefferson County 
- $450,000 for sewer collection 
lines and hookups, 



Twin Falls' grant request denied by HUD 



TWIN FALLS . - One city 
noticeably missing from the list of 
Idaho communities slated to re- 
ceive federal community devel- 
opment grant funds was the city of 
Twin Falls. 

City officials had asked for a 
-three-year,-$l.5 million grant, us- 
ing roughly half of those lunds to 
develop the airport Industrial 
park. 

City officials had proposed using 
$650,000 to provide water and 
sewer service to the area. Thev 



had also studied selling the site to a 
non-profit corporation which would 
attempt to attract new Industry to 
the area. ■ 

The proposal was seen as one 
way to Improve the local economy 
In light of the closure of the 
Kellwood hosiery plant last year. 

The decision by the U.S. De- 
partment of Housing and Urban 
Development not to provide fund- 
ing ( to Twin-Tails will probably, kill 
the proposal," Community Devel- 



opment Director LaMar Orton 
said. 

"At-least as far as that program 
Is concerned, we don't have any 
^funding for it," he said. 

City officials had planned to use 
the remaining grant funds for 
street Improvements In the South 
Park area, storm drains on 
Monroe Street and housing re- 
habilitation.' 

Orton said the city has no other 
sources of funding those programs. 



Qood 
nipping! 



' Business '. .. B43* 

Classified B5-10 

■Comics A9 

'Legislature A3 

Magic Valley'. A7 



Obituaries . ...A8 

People A6 

Religion . . . A8 

Sports Bl-3 

Weather A2 




A-2 Times-Newa, Twin Falls, Idaho Saturday, January 31, 1981 



Haig fights off foreign aid cutback 



WASH?NGTON IUPI) - Secretary 
ol State Alexander Halg has (ought off 
efforts by President Reagan's budget 
director to force a quick decision on a 
proposal to slash the foreign aid 
budget. It was reported Friday night. 

The Washington Post reported In 
Saturday editions that Halg, at a 
Cabinet-level White House meeting 
Friday, won a decision to defer action 
on the foreign aid cuts proposed by 
budget director David Stockman. 

The delay until next week will allow 
the State Department to prepare a 
detailed position" on Stockman's pro- 



posal for the largest budget cuts in 
U.S. foreign aid history, the fiost 
quoted White House sources as say- 
ing. 

According to the sources, Halg 
presented a memorandum outlining 
what State Department officials sec 
as potentially disastrous- economic 
and strategic consequences of what 
one aide described as "a U.S. 
withdrawal from the world," the Post 
said. 

Earlier, Stockman, bearing an 
armful of thick black binders con- 



taining a list 01 his proposed budget 
cuts, met privately with House. Re- 
publican leaders Friday to get their 
reactions. 

Stockman said- the session - pro- 
ducing what he termed "very good, 
very positive" feedback on cuts that 
are "just options" — was one of 
several planned on Capitol Hill over 
the next few days. 

He indicated the final package will 
not be revealed until mid-February 
when President Reagan sends his 
budget message to Congress. 

"We're not fiolng to send up a 



package that is not going to be ac- 
cepted," he said. 

Stockman confirmed that one of the 
proposals Is a $2.6 bllllon'reductlon In 
the W billion President Carter pro- 
posed for foreign aid In fiscal 1982, 
starting next Oct. 1. However, he said 
the reduction was not discussed Fri- 
day. 

Stockman also said Reagan will 
deliver a televised address late next 
week, discussing what he thinks is 
wrong with the economy. He said the 
speech will be a '•diagnosis" of Infla- 
tion, unemployment and big federal 



deficits, but the proposed solution will 
wait for Reagan's budget message. 

Earlier Friday, "Sen. Bob 
. Packwood, R-Ore., appeared on 
NBC's "Today" show, and said he 
could not predict if Congress will 
accept the proposed cuts. 

Packwood, the No. 2 Republican on 
the Senate Finance Committee, said 
the proposals will '.'cut almost every 
area except lor Social Security re- 
tirement." He said /te cuts would; 
even Include some offense areas, 
although the total defense budget will 
beup.^ 



Rogers sweeps music awards 



— --HOraYWOeD-rUPl) -■ K enny R ug e is ma ftim 
■ American Music Awards Friday night, Diana Ross 
won two, and rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry was 
given the distinguished merit award for contributions 
to entertainment. 

Rogers was named favorite male vocalist In both 
country and pop-rock, His "The Gambler" was 
named favorite country album and his "Coward ol the 
County" was Chosen favorite country single. 
- Miss Ross was named favorite female soul vocalist 
and her "Upside Down" was chosen favorite soul 
single. , 

Faiwell stops Penthouse sale 

ROANOKE, Va. (UPI) - A federal Judge Friday 
prohibited Penthouse magazine from distributing Its 
March issue at the request-of the Rev. Jerry Faiwell, 
founder of Moral Majority, who contends an interview 
with him in the men's magazine was obtained by 
deceit. 

U.S. District Judge James C. Turk Issued a 
temporary restraining order which eh said was 
applicable "worldwide." 

At Issue Is a lengthy interview with Faiwell, which 



In part criticizes Jimmy Carter for his famous 
Pl a yboy Intervie w, that (s sandwiche d between photo 
"layouts ol naxea women, "ine article was written^ - , 
two freelance writers who sold it to Penthouse, 

Alien report policy relaxed 

WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Immigration and 
Naturalization Service said Friday It Is relaxing an 
annual reporting policy Tor aliens because of a 
. shortage of forms this year. '. 

Aliens are required to report their addresses to INS 
by Jan. 31 each year. The reporting forms normally 
are available at post offices, but this year many areas 
did not get them because of distribution problems, a 
spokesman said. . 

War continues in Andes 

LIMA, Peru (UPI) - Peruvian forces backed by 
aircraft and heavy artillery said they recaptured two 
outposts from Ecuadoran forces Friday. 

The announcements were the first time the gov- 
ernment conceded that Ecuadorian forces had over- 
run Peruvian positions. 



Judge lifts contempt 
fine in Marks' casfr 



FQI SR ftlPli - Fo urth District and scheduled tr 



Crystal Springs 



Magistrate Karen Vehlow lifted Fri- 
day the 5500 a day contempt line 
imposed against Idaho Statesman re- 
porter Ellens Marks (or her refusal to 
divulge Information In a child custody 
case. 

The judge said, however, she would 
take under advisement whether the 
.court.has.the.power..to.sanction the._ 
24-year-old reporter with criminal 
contempt and whether to require Miss 
Marks to reimburse the lather o( the 
child lor expenses Incurred In re- 
gaining custody. 

Miss Marks was cited with civil 
contempt last October after refusal to 
answer questions about confidential 
information relating to a story she 
had written on a child custody dispute 
involving 9-year-old Alysla Clary. 
. Judge Vehlow said since the girl 
now was in the custody of her father, 
Michael Clary of Omaha, Neb., she 
would halt the line, elfective the date 
the child was returned, which was 
Jan. 24. 

Wednesday, the Judge stopped the 
fine but reinstated it a few hours later 



tearing^ 



• Continued from Page 1 
view of the sale resulting In project 
coordinator Joe McMlchaels' an- 
nouncement that the appraisal ol 
Ellis' property was properly and ac- 
curately calculated and will be re- 
tained. 

Money lor purchasing and devel- 
oping the Crystal Springs hatchery is 
appropriated by Congress lor the 
Lower Snake River Fish Mitigation 
"Program, a responsibility mandated 
.tothe Corps. The program's goal Is to 
improve steelhead runs interrupted 
by lour dams on the Lower Snake 
River near Lewiston. 

tSUt_9(Lpercent _ ol__ thls-publlc— 



money, plus appropriate Interest, will 
be repaid to the government by power 
user fees collected through the Bon- 
neville Power Administration. 

' "Money for the hatcheries Is essen- 
tially a loan to the project and lathe 
end will be paid back," Dugger 
explained earlier this week. 



"These projects pay for. 
themselves, essentially, over a long 
period of time," Dugger said. 
"Otherwise, we wouldn't be allowed 
to build them.". 

Existing trout raceways at Crystal 
Springs can't be used for steelhead 
rearing and an entirely new facility 
would be built If the sale Is approved. 
Although no final design has been 
developed by the Corps, the estimated 
cost of the "steelhead hatchery, 
excluding property acquisition, is $7 
million to $10 million. 

"The amount of money Involved 
definitely creates a need to make sure 
(the sale) Is being handled correctly," 
said Hanse n alde Payley, 

'.TThe three Idah"(T"congressmeni 
put In a special request that the GAO 
act quickly on this," Schlrrmlester 
said: "They are aware ol the - time 
constraints." 

"The GAO has a strong reputation 
for watchdogging government spen- 
ding," Schlrrmlester added. 

No order has been Issued by Corps 



officials to stop processing the Crystal " 
Springs sale. 

McClure aide Frank Cushing said 
the Senator received several portions 
of the Corps' Crystal Springs apprais- 
al Friday and will have the complete 
document by Monday lor review. 

Under the national privacy act, 
details ol the pending sate and the 
appraisal won't be made public until 
after the contracts are signed, ac- 
cording to Dugger. Dugger stressed, 
however, that the sale price agreed on 
by Ellis, is significantly less than the 
Corps' appraisal of CrystalSprings. 

Although Symms has received few 
calls concerning the proposed Crystal 
Spj^gs^aleuJUmerjiiis^o^^ai]s_ 
have Been targeted to both McCIure's 



ave been targeted t( 
andHansen'sofflces this week. 

Dayley said Hansen has been 
"personally looking into the sate since 
early this week," but stressed that no 
impropriety had been found and that 
the congressman's actions were only 
meant to ensure best Interest of 
'everyone involved. 




A few snow showers predicted today 



Twin Falls, Burley-Rupert, 
Jerome-Gooding areas : 

Partly cloudy today and Sunday 
with a few snow showers today. 
Westerly winds 10 to 20 mph. Highs 
35 to 45 degrees. Lows In the 20s. 
Camas Prairie, Halley, Wood 
Rlvervalley: 

Partly sunny and breezy today 
and Sunday. Highs 27 to 37 degrees. 
Lows 5 to 15, 

Northern Utah andNevada: 

Snow showers over the Utah 
mountains today but tapering oil 
elsewhere.' Partly cloudy tonight 
. and Sunday. Chance ol snow flur- 
ries over Nevada mountains today 
becoming clear by tonight and 
Sunday- Highs'ln the 30s and low 
40s. LOWS 10 to 20. 

. Synopsis: 

A winter storm, centered over 
Utah and moving slowly eastward, 
continued to bring .snow to ■ 
" southern Idaho late Friday. 

A travelers' advisory was Issued 
for the Magic Valley and all of 
southern Idaho, with additional 
snow, blowing and drifting, and 
poor visibility making driving dif- 
ficult. 

Snow moved Into the Magic 
Valley before dawn Friday and left 
a cover ranging from an inch at 
Gooding to 3 Inches at Burley and 
Twin Falls. Strevell reported 10 
Inches, .of. new snow. Heavy 
amounts also fell in mountain 
areas. Southwesterly winds of 15 
mph or more caused blowing and 
drifting In open areas. 

Additional snow and rain appear 
in prospect for the early part of 
next week. 

Current weather Information 
may be obtained by tuning In the 
National Weather Service broad- 
casts transmitted on 162.400 mhz 
"on the VHF public service band. 

National 



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ROAD REPORT 

Southern Idaho's highways were 
blanketed with a thick covering of snow 
Friday, Creating slick surfaces and 
other hazards (or the stale's motorists. 
" U.S. 95 - Oregon to Lewlslon, wet, 
fog north. to Whlteblrd Hill; Mica Hill. 
Icy spots. 

SH 55 - Horseshoe Bend to Donnelly, 
snow door, snowing; McCall to New 
Meadows, Icy spots. 

190 - Coeur d'Alane to Kellogg, wet; 
Lookout Pass, snow floor. 

U.S. 12 — Lewlslon to Lob Pass, wet. 

SH 21 —'Idaho City to Lowman, snow 
floor, snowing, chains advised; Grand- 
Jean toSUmley, broken snow floor. 

184 —'Caldwell area, wet. Icy spots, 
showing; Boise, broken snow floor, 
snowing; Mountain Home, wet, snow- 
ing; Gtenns Ferry, bare; Gleans Ferry 
.to Ra(t River, wet; Salt Lake Cily 
Interchange to Utah line, wet, broken 
snow floor, snowing. 

U.5. 20 & U.S. 93-20-26 - Mountain 
Home to Idaho Falls, snow floor, snow- 
ing; Idaho Falls to Wyoming, Icy spots, 
broken snow floor, snowing, drifting. 



Albuquarquo 
AtUuita 

C!llC»QO 

Daltaa 

Dm MoIabi 
DaWoll 
Honolulu 
Hoy lion 
Infllanapolll 



K l.-ijii City 
\ Ua Voo« 
: Pep LoaAngilai 
- .... MompMi 
Miami Oaten 



Mlnnaipolli _ 
Now Of tana 
NowYorK 
Oklahoma City 

Philadelphia 

Phoenli 

PIHitwion 



Portland, Uo. 
Portland, Ora. 
'St. Louis 
Sail Uk« City 
San Dioop 
San Franc i ico 
S«at1!a 
Spoking 
WnWngion 

Idaho 



U.S. 93 - Twin Kails lo Nevada, wet. 
broken snow door; Willow Creek 
Sum ml I, wet, snow, floor, snowing; 
Challls lo Salmon and Glbbonsvllle, 
wet, snowing; Lost Trail Pass, wet, 
snow (loor. 

SH 75 - Bellevue to Sun Valley, Icy 
spots; Galena Summit to Stanley, -.now 
floor. 

SH 51 - Mountain Home lo Nevada, 
icy. 

186 - Rait River lo Pocatello, wet, 
snowing. 

115 - Utah line to Malad Summit, 
wet, broken snow floor, snowing: 
Downey to Virginia, Icy spots, snowing;. 
McCammon to Pocatello, wet. snowing; 
Blackfoot to Idaho Falls, wet, Icy spots, 
snow floor; Idaho Falls' to Dubois, wet, 
' Icy spots, snowing; Monlda Pass, snow 
floor, snowlng,.d|lltlnK. 

U.S. 20 - Idaho Falls to Ashlon, wet. 
broken snow floor, snowing; Ashlon 
Hill, snow floor, snowing; Ashton Kill to 
Montana, snow floor, snowlngS.,. 

U.S. 30 - Lava Hot Springs lo Soday 
Springs, Icy spots, snowing; MonlpcllCr 
toWyomlng.wet.snowlng. 



Pocalsllo 33 Tt 

Salmon x Ji 

McCall « ;a 

Twin Falls 

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Howard Manweller, attorney lor 
Miss Marks, said the subject of the 
original contempt no longer existed 
since the child had been returned to 
the father. 

He said Miss Marks had complied 
with the sanctions of the court by 
paying the fine. 

Statesman attorney Robert BIlOW 

also argued that civil contempt ends 
with the conclusion and said he would 
fight any attempt to require Miss 
Marks to pay Clary's expenses In 
seeking the return of his child. 

The court was Informed that Clary's 
expenses amounted to between $12,000 
and $13,000. 

The Idaho Statesman has paid the 
court more than $35,000 in contempt 
lines since Miss Marks refused to 
divulge the whereabouts of Genl 
Gllmore, the child's natural mother, 
who now lives with her present 
husband in San Jose, Calif. 

Miss Marks wrote on an Interview 
with Mrs. Gllmore alter the former 
Garden City resident had gone into 
hldingwlththechlld. - 



LDS stake conference set 



TWIN FALLS - Elder Derek A. 
Cuthbert ol the First Quorum ol 
Seventy will preside at the semi- 
annual conference of the Twin Falls 
Stake. He-wlll speak- at a special 
meeting today. All members over 16 
are invited. 

The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in 
the Twin Falls Stake Center. He will 
also be the main speaker at a General 
'Session.on Sunday at 10 a.m. in the 
same building. 

Elder B. Clair Johnson. Regional 



B onds 



Representative, will preside at the ' 
Klmberly Stake semi-annual confer- 
ence. 

He will speak at a special meeting 
today at 7 p.m. In the Twin Falls 7th 
and nth Ward Building on Eastland, 
lor all members over 16. 

He will also be the main speaker at 
a General Session Sunday at 1 p.m. 
This session will be at the Twin Falls 
Stake Center. 

All are welcome at the conference. 



• Continued from Page 1 
members and representatives of the 
Idaho Waterusers Assoclatfon and.. 
Idaho Power Co. 

IWA director Shirl Chapman said 
his group expressed concerns about 
the current bill and has not yet 
endorsed ■ It. The group supported 
similar legislation which failed last 
year. 

DWR Director Stephen Allred Fri- 
day confirmed, "We're looking at 
what was proposed this morning In 
order to get It to the board next 
week." 

Allred declined to say what pro- 
posed changes would be presented to 
the board. The House Resources and 
Conservation Committee is scheduled 
to take up the proposal next Tuesday. 

Sources said among the changes 
suggested were removal ol the hydro- 
electric provision or conversion into a 
separate bill and the addition ol a 
prohibition in the main bill against 
borrowing by organizations using 
condemnation procedures. 

Without the latter prohibition, Ca- 
nyon View Irrigation District, which 
recently won a Supreme Court de- 
cision over the Twin Falls Canal Co., 
could gain funds to proceed toward 
using the Twin Falls canals. 

Asked If the board would change, 
one legislator said, "They will do 
whatever the Legislature tells them to 
do. If we can get enough support, not 



all, but enough, we can get It 
through." ... 

Some proponents argued they must 
be realistic about the Influence of 
Idaho Power in the Legislature. 

Removal of the hydroelectric pro- 
vision would-stlll leave the main aim 
ol providing a source ol financing lor 
dams and systems in need of repair. 

An agreement between the board 
and waterusers seems possible but 
Idaho Power may still oppose the bill 
even with the changes, sources said. 

Some proponents expressed disap- 
pointment that the original proposal - 
was being stymied.- 

But "whether we play with an 
oblong or round football, we'll still win 
thegame,"onesald. 



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Saturday, January 31,' 



Tlmo3-Now3, Twin Falls, Idaho A-3 



By LARRY SWiSHER 
Times-News writer 



BOISE - Rep. Patricia 
McDermott, D-Pocateflo, Friday in- 
troduced a "rlght-to-grow" bill that 
would end mandatory membership 
and dues-paying by farmers to sup- 
portcommoditycommlssions. - 

The measure, House Bill 141, Is 
similar to the rlght-lo-work bill, which 
would end compulsory union mem- 
bership In Idaho. 

It was not the first time that com- 
modity commissions and the right to 
work bill had been linked at the 
Legislature. 

An exemption (or commissions 
from the right to work bill of 1977 
helped lead to Its death in a joint 
House-Senate conference committee, 
after the two houses had passed 
different versions of the rffht to work. 




"A lot of people don't realize with 
commodity commissions, unlike' labor 
unions, there Is no opportunity to vote 
for the members of the commission," 
McDermott commented Friday. 

Idaho law allows the formation of 
agricultural commodity associations, 
such as the Idaho Bean Commission, 
Idaho Wheat Commission, Idaho 
Potato Commission, and many others. 

Farmers are required to contribute 
a certain percentage of their sales to 
the commission for advertising, 
promotion and research of the crop. 
The amount is set by law. 

"They have no choice," McDermott 



said. "These commissions use the 
taxing powerof the state." 

She said her bill would not prohibit 
farmers from voluntarily forming 
such associations. 

"I felt there was enough merit to the 
bill to warrant circulation to see the 
extent of support for the way the 
agricultural commissions support 
compulsory method of paying for 
advertising." 

McDermott claimed a commodity 
commissioner suggested the bill. She 
said the name was confidential. 

The right to work bill, House Bill 6. 
was Introduced by Rep. John Brooks. 
R -Gooding, in the House Agricultural 
Affairs Committee, which he chairs. 

"If the agriculture committee is 
gotng to introduce a bill that really 
affects my constituents." MeDermoll 
said, "It aught to be OK for an urban 
legislator to Introduce a bill affecting 
aRrlrurttirr « 



McDertnott's district, in Pocatello, 
Is traditionally Democratic and con- 
tains many union members. 

One "of her bill's sections Is titled. 
"Freedom of Choice," and states: 

"No person shall be required, as a 
condition of the production or sale of 
any agricultural product, to become 
or remain a member of any agricul- , 
tural commodity association, or to 
pay any dues, fees, assessments, or 
other charges of any kind to any 
agrlcullurarcommodlly association." 

The title and wording of that section 
are apparently not accidental, for the 
right to work bill's "Freedom of 
Choice" section states: 

"No person shall be required, as a 
condition of employment, to become 
or remain a.member of any labor 
organization, or to pay any dues, fees, 
assessments, or other charges of any 
kind to a labor organization. 



House panel kills idea to b _©st-sales-t_x4- 



BOISE - Rep. Mack Nelbaur, R- 
Paul, got his wish Friday when the 
House Revenue and Taxation Com- 
mittee rejected his bill to raise the 
state sales tax one cent. 

Voting 11-3 to return the proposal to 
Its sponsor, committee members 
wanted nothing to do with the tax 
Increase. Afterward Nelbaur said he 
had hoped for that outcome. 
; The committee also took action on 
three other measures. 

"This committee Is the only one that 
can tell us whether we will have a tax 



^Briefly 



Increase or not," Nelbaur asserted. 
He said the Joint Finance Appropria- 
tions Committee, on which he serves, 
Is faced with "quite a dilemma" In 
dealing with a revenue projection J30 
million short of even the lowest re- 
quest for funds, that of Gov. John 
Evans.'v 

Pressure is being put on every 
legislator, he said, to "take care of 
things," referring to requests for a 
S62-milllon Increase for education, W3 
million for health and welfare and "on 
and on." 



"If you tum it down, we can 
approach the problem from there," 
the JFAC vice-chairman said. "The 
sooner this Is handled, the sooner we 
can get to work (setting budgets!." 

The proposal was to increase the 
state sales tax from 3 to 4 cents and 
earmark the $45-50 million revenue 
from the Increase for the general 
rund. 

Nelbaur said he was not arguing for 
the increase but that the problem 
needed to be addressed one way or 
another. 

Only Reps. Joseph Walker, R- 



Hospital fears fed fund cuts 



BOISE <UPI) - State Hospital 
South hangs at the edge of losing 
$750,000 In federal Medicaid funds 
because of staffing shortages and 
failure to meet licensing rules, the 
director of the facility said 
Thursday: 

After a brief appearance before 
the Legislature's Joint Finance- 
Appropriations Commltteee, 
George Bachlk said the institution 
for the mentally ill faces the possi- 



bility of losing the federal aid — 
and could be slapped with lawsuits 
If patient services are reduced. 

"For two years now we have 
barely compiled with Medicaid 
staffing requirements, as well as 
hospital licensure requirements," 
Bachlk said. "Further cuts could 
mean the loss of revenue because 
of failure to meet those Medicaid 
requirements," 



Water rights amendment OK'd 

BOISE - The Idaho House of 
Representatives Friday passed a 
bill to eliminate unnecessary re- 
filing of water rights with the 
Department of Water Resources. 

The measure, House Bill M, was 
approved and sent to the .Senate by 

avoteor6S-l. 1 gone through the courts must be 

Rep. Viird Chatbum. R-Alblon7~~recorded. or the owner (aces loss Of 
said water rights that have been his right to the claim, under, the 
adjudicated anddecreed by a court program. 

Computer system-bill urged 



decision are already recorded. 

Chatbum said the exemption 
was unintentionally not covered by 
a 1976 law beginning the state's 
program of recording all water 
rlRhtsbyI983. . 

Those water rights that have not 



BOISE CUPI) - County officials 
today urged lawmakers to boost 
funding to develop uniform com- 
puter systems across "the state, 
■saying the equipment helps them 
cut land-appraisal costs in half. 

Gov. John Evans has recom- 
mended funding for the entire state 
to participate In a uniform com- 
puter system designed to equalize 
property assessments. 

Bill Clark, Twin Falls County 



assessor, told the Joint Finance- 
Appropriations Committee he was 
opposed to the statewide program 
when It was proposed. But he saTd" 
his views have changed now that 
his county is participating In the 
program because county assess- 
ments are uniform, staffing re- 
quirements are reduced and state 
aid In choosing and programing 
thecomputers also have helped cut 
costs. 



Primary election bill killed 



BOISE (UPI) - A House com- 
mittee today derailed legislation- 
that would shllt Idaho's primary 
ejection from May to September ■ 
and then forced temporary 
wlthdrawl of a backup bill that 
would move the election to August. 

Voting 7-9 on a motion to refer 
the measure to the House floor 
with a "do pass" recommendation, 
the State Affairs Committee 



shelved the bill, which was backed 
by Rep. Patricia McDermott, D- 
Pocatello.-and Rep. Walter Little, 
R-New Plymouth. 

The vote prompted Little to ask ■ 
the committee to hold off consid- 
eration of his August bill until 
Monday, when further testimony 
on the primary Issue could be 
taken. 



Morgan Munger, R-Ola, opposed re- 
jectingtheproposal. 

Rekf said the committee should" 
have Introduced the bill then held It In 
caseltwas needed later. 

The vote Improperly put the com- 
mittee In the appropriations business 
and meant "we will have to take any 
flack for not providing the services 
needed by Ihe state," Reid argued. 

He and other committee members 
then lectured each other on the duties 
of the committee, until chairman 
Steve Anione, R-Rupcrt. said, "That's 
enough." 



House passes bill to divert 
water pollution control fund 



BOISE lUPIl - The House Appro- 
priations Committee today cie'ared a" 
bill to allow the Legislature to borrow 
funds from the Water Pollution Con- 
trol Account despite opposition from 
two committee members. 

The bill, which was approved on a 
4-2 vote, now goes to the printer. 

Rep. Tom Boyd, ft -Genesee, and 
Rep. William Lytle, R-Plnehursl, 
protested action on the bill, saying It 
amounted to a raid on the fund, which 
was set up to help cities fund Im- 
provements to water and sewage 
treatment facilities. 

Rep. Kathleen "Kilty" Cumsey, 
R-Boise. committee chairman, urged 
approval of the measure, saying i|' 
was proposed at the request orHouse 
Speaker Ralph Olmstead, R-Twlri- 
Falls. 

The attorney general's office has 
ruled that such a measure must be 
passed before any money can„be; 
removed from the dedicated account, 



which contains about $23 million, 
most of which already has been 
committed for municipal projects to 
be completed by Ihe year 2000, 

The Dill changes the wording of the 
law which set up the fund, saying 
money from the account may be 
removed to fund programs "deemed 
necessary by the Legislature for 
supplemental appropriations for 
expenses occurring during the exist- 
ing fiscal year." 

Boyd said this wording not only 
would allow money to be removed 
from the account this year to clean up 
ash fallout from the Mount St. Helens 
eruption and to repair riot-damaged 
facilities at the Idaho State Peniten- 
tiary. 

-* "This Is, a raid on the account," 
Boyd said. "What It means Is that we 
can go Into this fund every year from 
now on. 

"In my opinion, that fund Is dead as 
a mackerel It this bill passes." " 



Administrations defended 



BOISE tUPI) - State Public In- 
struction Superintendent Jerry 
Evans, a reluctant witness at a 
legislative hearing today, said com* 
plexltfes In modern education were 
the cause or a perception that public 
schools are top-heavy with ad- 
ministrators. 

Evans said he was testifying on the 
possibility or slashing administrative 
positions In Idaho's public school 
system only because he was asked to 
do so by House and Senate education 
lawmakers. 

Legislators have been scrutinizing 
education Tor possible funding cuts to 
draft a balanced fiscal year. .1932 
budget. 




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Storm spawns mudslides in California 



By United Press International 

Unceasing rains spawned 
mudslides In California and tempera- 
tures near zero and below sent chills 
from the Midwest to New England 
Friday, 

A new winter storm brewing in the 
Southwest prompted warnings (or 
parts of Colorado, Kansas and 
Wyoming, 

A West Coast storm, In its fifth day 
Friday, brought welcome snow and 
_ rain to moisture-starved California 
~*but Southern California hillsides de- 
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dangerously open to flooding and 
mudslides. 

Some freeway lahes were blocked 
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raln-sllcked roads. 

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Jury hears tape made during rape, torture 



LOS ANGELES IUP11 - A stunned 
jury In the murder trial oTLawrence 
Bittaker listened to a gruesome 
tape-recording that prosecutors say 
was made while Bittaker and his 
accomplice raped and tortured a 
16-year-old girl. 

"For those of you who do not know 
what hell is like, you will find out," 

Jirosecutor Stephen Kay had told 
urors earlier. After hearing the tape 
again Kay broke down In tears In the 
hallway but defended his introducing 
it as evidence. 

"You're darn right It should have' 
been," he said, his voice choked with 



emotion. "The Jury needs to know 

what these guys did." 

. Someof theseven-woman. five-man 

Jury cried. Others looked like they 

were in shock as the 10-minute tape 

played. 

Bittaker sat expressionless as the 
screams emanated from the tape 
recorder. The prosecution claims the 
killers made Shirley Lynette Ledford 
scream by smashing her elbows with 
a sledge hammer and twisting her 
breasts with a pair of pliers. 

Voices, allegedly those of Bittaker 
and his confessed accomplice. Roy 



Norris, could be heard ordering the 
glrlto commit sexual acts. 

Kay said Bittaker and Norris, who 
confessed in exchanRe for being 
spared the death penalty, kidnapped 
the high school girl while she was 
hitchhiking. 

After raping, sodomizing and 
straneltng the girl with a coat hanger. 



the killers dumped her body on a front 
lawn In the San Fernando VaJJey. 

Bittaker is charged with 23 felony 
counts in the kidnap, rape and torture 
deaths of Miss Ledford and four other 
teen-age girls In 1979. 

Norris confessed to taking part In 
the five killings and has already 
testified against Bittaker. 



City refused Guard request 
as police strike continues 



STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (UPIK- 
Clty officials Friday requested a court 
order to stop a strike by city workers, 
Including police and firemen, that has 
laid "total siege" to the eastern Ohio 
steel-making community of 
Steuben vllle. 

Ohio- Adjutant General James C. 
Clem rejected a request by Mayor 
William Crabbe for National Guard 
troops to help patrol the city of 30,000, 
which has been hit by a wave of 
vandalism and looting. . 

"We can't go on. WeVe got a total 
siege Orf the city by the workers," said 
Crabbe. 



City attorneys asked the Jefferson 
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"We 'don't feel the situation at 
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troop IntoSteubenvllle," said a Guard 
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"We've got observers In the area 
and they are staying abreast of the 
'Situation and keeping us posted." 

The chief attributed more than 
three dozen Incidents directly to the 
municipal employee strike, blaming 
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Solidarity wins Saturday-off fight Norwegi 



WARSAW (UPI) - With wildcat strikes 
sweeping southern Poland, . government and 
union negotiators reached agreement Friday on 
a key union demand for a five-day work week 
with Saturdays off, labor sources said. 

Though they gave no details, the union sources 
said an agreement was "emerging" on three 
union demands that had threatened to plunge 
Poland into another round of nation-wide labor 
strife. 

The sources said the government of Prime 
Minister Joier Pinkowski and the Solidarity 
labor coalition resolved a* dispute over union 
demands for Saturdays off but gave no details. 



» The urgent talks, which were expected to drag 
on late into the night in Warsaw, now focused on 
two thornier demands for registration o[ a Rural 
Solidarity peasants union and union access to the 
mass media. 
Progress was belngmade on those two points, 
But at the same time, thousands of/vorkcrs"- 
staged more wildcat strikes in southern Poland, 
Ignoring both a tough government warning and a 
return-to-work appeal by Solidarity leader Lech 
Walesa. 

■ The government warned on Thursday it would - 
take "appropriate" action to end the southern 
labor strife by force If the massive strikes in 



violation olSohdarity'sorderspersisted. ' 

Rejecting that warning, workers In two south- 
western provinces continued a wildcat general 
strike involving an estimated 250,000 persons in 
at least six tpwns and Industrial areas In 
Bielsko-Blala andJelenla Gora. 

The workers, members of two Solidarity 
branches defying the union's national ledershlp, 
struck to demand the removal of a number of 
local officials. 

The government agreed to send a delegation to ■ 
Jelenla Cora to negotiate with the workers but 
the branch unions went ahead with their strikes 
anyway. 



. January31, 1981 Timos-Nows, Twin Falls, Idaho A-5 

an prime minister 
resigns, citing poor health 

OSLO, Norway (UPI) - Prime 
Minister Odvar Nordll. under fire (or 
agreeing to stockpile U.S. weapons 
near Norway's border with the Soviet 
Union, resigned Friday, citing health 



Nordii, 53, said his doctors had 
advised a two-month break from all 
political duties. 



Spain picks successor 
to Suarez in hot fight 



- MADRID, Spain (UPI) - 
ruling party Friday picked a' can- 



• Spain's 



lat e , to ?u cy fft rei g n ing 

Minister Adolfo Suarez but stepped up 
. the bitter . feuding that caused his 
downfall. 

The executive committee of the 
Democratic Center Union (UCD) 
named Deputy Deputy Prime 
Minister Leopoldo Caivo Sotelo to 
succeed Suarez after an eight-hour 
meeting In -which members re- 
portedly traded accusations of 
''blackmail" and "irresponsibility." 

/'They're trying to sink us," 
Foreign Minister Jose Pedro Perez 
Llorca said after eight members of 
- the coalition's executive committee 
stormed out of the meeting to protest 
the speed of choosing Suarez's suc- 
cessor. 

, Political Sources said Calvo Sotelo 
refused a request by crltics-for a one 
day delay In the selection of Suarez's 
successor. 

The 54-year-old Calvo Sotelo, who 
has yet to be formally nominated by 
King Juan Carlos and approved by 
parliament, told reporters he was 
"both pleased and concerned" by the 
outcome of the stormy, all-night meet- 
ing. He declined further comment. 

Suarez announced his resignation 
Thursday after taking Spain from 
dictatorship to democracy In 55 
months in office. He said Increasing 
criticism of him by his own party was 
damagingthedemocracyhebullt. . 

The economy and escalating terror- 
ist violence were key factors in 



Israel, PLO 
trade border 
artillery fire — 

TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI) - Israeli 
artillery pounded Palestinian guerril- 
la camps In southern Lebanon Friday 
in retaliation for a second night of 
rocket attacks against Jewish border 
settlements. 

At least four persons were injured 
in the latest exchanges of fire. 

Israel denied Lebanese reports that 
Israeli fighters also staged a second 
day of air strikes against Palestinian 
targets. But Deputy Defense Minister 
Mordechai Ztppori warned of "more 
radical" retaliation if the Palestinian 
attacks continue. 

Palestinian guerrillas replied to the 
latest hour-long Israeli artillery bar- 
■ rage.with more shelling of, their own. 
Buumllitary sources said the shells 
landed in the Christian border enclave 
controlled by local Lebanese militia 
leader Ma]. Saad Haddad, an Israeli 
ally. 

In 



Suarez's downfall. His UCD critics 
also accused him of undemocratic 

-4eadeffihip-an4a-passlon^or-powen 

As party ractlons huddled in an 
attempt to end the acrimony, the king 
met with Suarez, whom he appointed 
In June 1976, and with Socialist Secre- 
tary General Felipe Gonzalez. 



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an eye-for-an-eye spiral of vio- 
lence, Israeli jetflghters pounded the 
Lebanese ports of Sldon and Tyre 
Thursday, killing 14 persons and inju- 
ring 30, In retaliation for a rocket ' 
attack the night before that injured 
seven persons in the town of Klryat 



The Palestinians retaliated for the 
air strikes by*, firing four more rockets 
into Kiryat 'Shmona overnight, 
slightly wounding three persons. 

The "Israeli military command said 
its gunners replied to that attack by 
shelling "terrorist targets" In the 
Amoun plateau and the frontier town 
* of Nabatlyeh In south Lebanon. 

Army chlef-ol-staff, Lt. Gen. 
Raphael Eltan, told the Maarlv news- 
paper: "The Israeli army cannot 
Ignore such (shelling) incidents. The 
terrorists have no rules of war. Their 
guiding motivation is hurting us as 
much as they can." 

Beirut Radio said Palestinian per- 
rllla and Lebanese leftist leaders met 
Thursday in the southern coastal city 
of Sldon and vowed to retaliate. 



South African 
commandos raid 
into Mozambique 

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa 
(UPI) — South African commandos 

helicoptered Into the capltal__pf _ 

Mozambique Friday and destroyed 
the headquarters of a black na- 
tionalist guerrilla group in an unprec- 
edented raid that left eight persons 
dead and several wounded. 

The swift raid Into suburban 
Maputo, capital of the neighboring 
Marxist nation, appeared to herald a 
new escalation in the war between 
black nationalist guerrillas and white 
ruled South Africa. 

It also marked the first time that 
South African forces -have raided 
guerrilla targets inside Mozambique. 

Military chief Gen. Constant VHJoen 
said the raid was a warning that South 
Africa would pursue "the enemy -" 
where ever he might be found. 




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Midshipman in sex scandal 
fails to overturn expulsion 




BALTIMORE (UPI) - A federal 
Judge Friday upheld the expulsion of a 
Naval' Academy senior who 
participated In and filmed a sex orgy 
Involving five midshipmen Including 
a woman In the academy's dormitory. 

U.S. District Judge Joseph Young 
agreed with the secretary of the 
navy's decision to expel' Midshipman 
Jamie Love for having sexual In- 
tercourse with a female classmate 
. last November. 

- t -'4-wlll-iwLcompel_the_Navy lo — Philadelphia. 

maintain an unwanted midshipman," 
. Young said. 

* Love said he was disappointed with 
the decision. He was only five months 
short of graduation but now will have 
to serve three years In the Navy as an 
enlisted man. 

"It's an awful price to pay. I'm 
disappointed the Navy didn't look at 
my previous record. I had a lot of good 
days In those three and a half years," 
he said. ■ ■- 



Love, from Arnold, Md., and (our 
other midshipmen had sexual in- 
tercourse with Mary Lamble last Nov. 
22. Love admitted filming the Incident 
with a home movie camera. 

Three other midshipmen were dis- 
ciplined and allowed to stay at the 
academy, while Midshipman Gregory 
Dougherty, who Love filmed having 
sex with Miss Lamble, also was or- 
dered expelled. Dougherty is fighting 
the expulsion In U.S. District Court in 



Can't seem to gef along 



'Game' shelves policeman 



..PITTSBURGH (UPI) - A rookie city policeman, 
who "can't seem to get along" with women on the - 
force, has been suspended for five days for allegedly 
forcing a female officer to take part in Russian 
roulette with a service revolver. 

William N- Embry .accepted the punishment, thus 
averting an appearance before a three-member trial 
board. Police Superintendent RobertCoil said Friday. 

Police said a witness had described the Jan. 10 
Incident In the downtown Public Safety Building. 

The witness said Embry removed the bullets from 
his service revolver, replaced them with one bullet 
and pressed the barrel of the gun to the head of officer 
Miriam Lucarelll, who had arrived to relieve him at a 
desk. 

Embry pulled the trigger and when the revolver did 
not fire said It was Ms. Lucarelll's "lucky day," the 
witness said. 

Investigators said Ms. Lucarelli, a single parent 
who supports a child, returned to her beat after the 



. Incident, apparently too scared to report the Incident 
to her supertora herself .■ 

Following criticism from officers lhat the penalty 
for Embry was too light. Coll said the punishment was 
appropriate because the offense was Embry's first 
act of misconduct. However,' he said, Embry still 
might be ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. 

Inspector William Moore, who oversees downtown 
police operations, said the incident was part of a feud 
between the two officers, who both graduated from 
the Pittsburgh Police Academy In 1979. 

"Embry has threatened her before," said Moore. 
"One time ne went so far as to vow that he would 
splatter her on a sidewalk. He seems to have serious 
problems." 

Moore said once Embry was assigned to work with 
a woman officer and became so angry that he 
allegedly smashed a radio on the ground and stomped 
out of the station, 

"He can't seem to get along with them (women 
officers), "Moore said. 



Love's attorney, John Miles, argued 
his client was denied due process of 
law when he was expelled. 



— Drummer dies 



Lt. Cmdr. John B. Holt, the 
academy's legal counsel for 
midshipmen, testified he advised 
Love to plead guilty and waive an 
administrative hearing because the 
hearing officer serves as Judge and 
jury and the burden of proof lies with 
the midshipman. 



Pittsburgh Jay cees' charter revoked 



COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) - 
William "Cozy" Cole, a legendary 
Jazz drummer whose record of 
■ "Topsy" was the first drum feature to 
become a gold record, died at Univer- 
sity Hospital of cancer. He was 71. 

Cole, the first black member of the 
CBS orchestra, had recorded with 
Jelly Roll Morton and Joined the 
bands of Cab Calloway, Benny Carter, 
William Bryant and Stuff Smith. He 
also recorded with Louis Armstrong 
and Dlzzle Gillespie. 




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PITTSBURGH (UPI) - The Pit- 
tsburgh Jaycees' decision to admit 
women as full and equal members 
cost the chapter its charter. , 

Chapter president Ed Golob said 
■ Thursday he had received spoken 
'■confirmation of the charter revoca- 
tion from Jim Kinder, president of the 
state Jaycees organization. 

The U.S. Jaycees executive board 
reportedly revoked the charter during 
a meeting fn Tulsa, Okla., although 
Golob said he had yet to receive 
written confirmation. ,— 



"Even If that written confirmation 
should come, we will continue to 
operate,"- he said. "We'll have to 
decide under what format, but we're 
not going anywhere. We'll still be 
here." 

The Pittsburgh 'Jaycees have been 
admitting women as members for 
about six years, and last June filed a. 
suit in U.S. District Court to prevent 
the national organization from re- 
voking the group's charter. 

Injunctions to prevent the revoca- 



tion were denied, but the matter 
remains In the courts. 

"It appears the Pittsburgh chapter 
will Join Philadelphia, Rochester, 
New York and Chicago, all driven 
from the U.S. Jaycees over the past 
several years because they believe 
women should have the same oppor- 
tunity for leadership training and 
community service as do_men,'*sald 
Golob. 

About half of the Pittsburgh 
chapter's 170 members are women. 



Woman faints in courtroom after judge rejects divorce 



TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) - A woman 
who loves her estranged husband so 
much that she refused alimony and 
fired her attorney for seeking S150 a 
month In child support fainted in the 
courtroom when the Judge denied a 
divorce. 

Linda Hutzel, 31, was staying with a 
woman friend, was Jobless and had 
Just $3 left. Pima County Superior 
Court Commissioner Gordon S. Klpps 
said he denied the divorce because he 
feared Mrs: Hutzel would be left 
1 penniless. 

Her husband, Bob, Is employed by a 
Phoenlx-based electric utility and the 



couple owns a house and a new car in 
Tucson. 

Mrs. Hutzel said she may have 
fainted because she feared her 
husband would be angry the divorce 
wasn't granted Thursday. 
Paramedics raced to court and 
treated her. 

Mrs. Hutzel didn't ask for custody of 
her 7-year-old daughter and said she 



didn't feel entitled to anything even 
though she helped put her husband 
through school. 

"I've tried everything I could 
because In my own way I still love 
Bob," Mrs. Hutzel said. 

"Things came out in court that 
made me think they shouldn't be 
divorced today so I didn't divorce 
them," Klpps said. 



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Salmday, January31. 1981 T^nes-Nows, 



Twin Falls, Idaho A-7 



By MARTY TRILLHAASE 
Times-News writer 



TWIN FALLS — A Twin Falls man 
Friday was found not guilty o[ at- 
tacking a 64-year-old man and his 
wife. 

The seven-woman, five-man jury 
Issued the verdict after deliberating 
an hour. The decision came after both 
prosecution and defense attorneys 
presented, final arguments, and 'of- 
fered conflicting interpretations of an ' 
. Aug. 19, 1979, fight between defendant 

■ ^arDaros-jiw-piaimin^n ayntrano- 

.' Mineva Joslln of Filer. . . 
"Danos was charged with ag- 



Jury clears Danos on assault charge 



gravated battery, a felony charge 
carrying a maximum 15-year prison 
term. 

_ In. making his Instructions to the 
jury, 5th District Court Judge Daniel 
Meehl said the Jurors could convict 
Danos of misdemeanor battery If they 
believed the evidence supported the 
charge. Defense attorney Monte 
Carlson had objected to that Instruc- 
tion In a closed door meeting with 
.'Meehl and Prosecutor Tom Gray 
earlier In the day. , 

Danos' acquittal does not mean the 
-iuiitDj^Qur_Lprot^.i^Jnihis_cas.e- 



him, seeking close to II million, that 
goes to court in late April. 

Jury members were faced with two 
conflicting accounts of the light. dur- 
ing the courseof the three-day trial. 

Joslln alleged Danos had been un- 
happy about a complaint they lodged 
with the Twin Falls Sheriff's Office 
after the defendant's dog bit his wife, 
Mineva. He testified that he was 
riding a motorcycle near their pro- 
perty, located five miles southeast of 
Filer; accompanied by his wife and a 
young. girl, when Danos approached 
him. 



however. He has filed a (15,000 
lawsuit against the Joslins. The 
Josllns have filed a lawsuit against 



Following a heated exchange be- 
tween the two men. Danos kicked 
Mineva and started fighting when her 



husband came to her assistance, the 
prosecution charged. > 
" The prosecution also charged Danos 
attempted to gouge Joslin's sole func- 
tional eye, something Danos denied, 
adding he was unaware of Joslin's 
handicap. Gray produced witnesses 
who said Danos continued the fight 
several times alter U had been broken 
up. 

Carlson produced witnesses who 
told a much different story. According 
to defense witnesses, Wayne Joslin 
started the fight and Mineva .con- 
tinued to strike Danos with a table leg 
•vhen-her-husbiintl'-hcid-ihc — 



defendant to the ground. 

Defense witnesses also stated Joslin 
was yelling for his wile to ■'kill" 



Danos ana mat Mineva struck Danos' 
15-year-old son, Pat, with the [able leg 
when he was trying to help his father. 
Mrs. Joslin denied that charge. 

In his closing arguments. Gray 
challenged the credibility of defense 
witnesses, pointing out discrepancies 
between statements some witnesses 
had made In depositions and In trial 
testimony. 

"Either Wayne Is telling the total 
truth or he is telling a total lie," Gray 
said, adding many defense witnesses 
were clearly biased In favor of Danos. 

Carlson responded by saying the 
"WttlitascS.-ac vtTji "TJMficnr*erffiflre!f 
subpoenaed for testimony, had been 
through a rough experience and did 
not deserve to be called liars. 



Carlson also charged the Joslins 
had more than a personal Interest in 
bringing criminal charges against 
Danos. 

"He's (Danosl being sued for 
nearly SI million, and who has some- 
thing to gain? 1 don't think the pro- 
secutor has mentioned that. I 
wouldn't either, if I were in his 
position," Carlson said. "Who's got 
something to gain? You find Max 
Danos guilty and they've got plenty of 
ammunition for trial No. 2." 

Carlson closed by reminding the 
-jury-sf-KcEhi's- ■imtrectimii "iTvarir" 
both sides of the story sounded rea- 
sonable, they would be obligated to 
acquit Danos. 




Mayor Hank Woodall. right, and others watched retiring City Clerk Edythe Koontz react with a smile as she opened gifts 

Over 27 years service to city 

Edythe Koontz given her 'freedom' 



-TWIN FALLS - Former City Clerk Edythe 
Koontz was declared "free" Friday -by the mayor 
of Twin Falls. 
Mayor Hank Woodall delivered brief comments 
> at a City Hall retirement party for Koontz, 
employed by the city 27'A years. Gifts Included 
serving dishes and a ribbon-tied corsage. 
"A yellow ribbon," Woodall said. "You're free at 
; last." Koontz's retirement takes effect immedlate- 

■ iy- 

Her municipal career began in 1953 when she 
became a deputy clerk. Soon after, she took a desk 
Job with the police department, where she worked 
15 years. Koontz became city clerk In the early 



1970s and filled that post until she underwent foot 
surgery last fall. 

She has been using sick leave and vacation time 
since then, and the city clerk's and treasurer's 
offices are now consolidated under one finance 
director. 

"I've never seen anyone display more energy 
and Intense work than you did," Woodall told 
Koontz. 

Koontz, who turned"65 Thursday; has lived In the 
Magic Valley all her life and plans to remain here. 
She and her husband, John, occupy a house they 
built In 1941. She said her retirement activities 
will Include artwork and free-lance writing. 



"I studied commercial art for l¥t years," she 
said, "but later I never really had the time for oil 
-painting. That's something 1 want to try now." Her 

fiursults also include Soroptlmlst Club membership 
nvolvlng considerable travel. Recently she served 
" as treasurer for the organization's convention in 
Denver. 

Koontz said the flowers, gifts, decorated cake 
and candy at Friday's party reminded her of past 
retirement celebrations honoring some of her 
former co-workers. 

"I've helped put on these things [or- so-many 
other people," she said. "It's hard to believe it's 
being done for me now." 



Chamber banquet speaker \ 
to defend free enterprise 



TWIN FALLS - Guests at the 
upcoming Twin Falls Chamber of 
Commerce., annual banquet will be 
■. called on to defend the free enterprise 

* system.' 

Banquet speaker John T. McCarty, 
..vice president of corporate affairs for 
- the Adolph Coors Co., plans to try to 
Enlist the help of chamber members 

* In eliminating a "serious roadblock to 
the American way of life." 

■" The chamber banquet is scheduled 
..(or Feb. 10, at the Holiday Inn. Ken 
..Stearns, rounder and head of Sunburst 
; Marketing, will be Installed as the 

* new chamber president at the ban- 
quet. He replaces Dick Burwell, pres- 
ident of Coors of Magic Valley. 
~'Four new members of the board of 
•directors will also be ofliclally ,in- 
italled. They. are: Patrick Fforerice, 
litianager of the Independent Meat 
'Co., Rick Allen, second vice president 
and manager of the Blue Lakes 
iranch ol First Federal Savings and 
;fcoan Association, Jim Tarter; presi- 
dent of the three Twin Falls OK Auto 
'System Centers, and Bert Armstrong, 
-Tft.ee president and manager of the ' 
-Twin Falls branch of Idaho First 
TJational Bank. 



Tickets to the banquet, which 
begins with a no-host cocktail hour at 
6:30 p.m., are .available to any 
chamber member for $12.50 per 
person. The dinner begins at 7:30 and 
will be followed by Mccarty's speech. 

The big threat to business Is the 
public's "political gullibility," which 
Is "bred by economic Ignorance," - 
McCarty says. This leads to people 
seeking political solutlons-to econom- 
ic, social, military and moral' pro- 
blems, hesald. . 

"We must reverse this trend by 
encouraging all. business and pro- 
fessional men and women to 
participate In politics In order to get 
economic solutions to economic pro- 
blems," McCarty said. 

During his career, McCarty has 
moved between the world of education 
and business. He began his career 
with the- General Electric Corp. 
Twenty years later, he left business to 
become assistant to the president at 
Rockford College in Illinois. He later 
served as assistant to the chancellor 
and vice president at Pepperdlne \ 
University in California. He then 
joined Coors in 1977. 1 

McCarty Is the author of the book 
"Community Relations for Business." 



^Feb. 27deadline for Teton comments 



BOISE - The U.S. Department of 
the Interior has extended the deadline 
,lor filing comments regarding dls- 
'Closure of the Teton Dam Information 
to Feb. 27, 



At issue Is whether Information 
Identifying the names of claimants 
and amount claimed and paid should 
be made public, or whether the Trade 
Secrets Act prohibits such disclosure. 



Ketchum developers 
seek road easement 
on Reinheimer Ranch 



By STEVE LATHROP 
Times-News correspondent 



KETCHUM - Developers Carl 
Curtis and Michael Madden have 
asked the Idaho Park Foundation for 
a road easement across the 
Reinheimer Ranch. 

The ranch was deeded to the foun- 
dation - on the condition that It never 
be developed — by Eleanor 
Reinheimer upon her death four years 
ago. Curtis and Madden want the 
easement to gain access to 30 acres of 
land they hope to develop behind the 
Garnet Street neighborhood of Ket- 
chum. 

. Development of the land in the past 
has been blocked by the city of 
Ketchum partially on the grounds the 
parcel does not have adequate access. 
In response, the developers have 
alleged conspiracy, and filed suit 
against Ketchum for -.$3,035,000 and 
other damages. 

The developers first proposed using 
ranch land for access at a meeting- 
between Madden and the foundation 
board or directors on Dec. 17, ac- 
cording to Shirley Mix of the board. ' 

■The developers also have been 



talking to Ketchum city officials. 
Mayor Gerald Selffert, city ad- 
ministrator James Jaquet, city 
planner Linda Haavlk, and city at- 
torney James Phillips, all acknowl- 
edge that they expect to see a pres- 
entation from Curtis and Madden 
soon. 

None will comment further, saying 
they want to reserve their remarks 
until the developers make their pres- 
entation. Curtis and Madden both 
refused comment. 

The Park Foundation Issued a press 
release Thursday evening saying 
their consideration of the easement Is 
being postponed, 

The release stated: "Action was 
deferred recently by the Idhao Park 
Foundation on a request from Skyline 
Developer Michael Madden for an 
easement through the Reinheimer 
property adjacent to Ketchum." The 
release quoted Park Foundation 
Chairman Hope Kading: "The orga- 
nization Is not in a position to consider 
such a request until and unless legal 
technicalities can be cleared . . . such 
an casement Is not ruled out if it Is the 
desire of the community and If It 
appears after study that the needs of 
the area would best be served by such . 
aroadway." ' ' 



Weather causes surge 
in minor accidents 



TWIN FALLS - Icy roads caused a 
surge in traffic accidents Thursday 
and Friday, but none resulted In 
serious injuries, according to area 
law enforcement officers. 

The Cassia County Sheriff's De- 
partment reported a car went out of 
control and overturned Thursday 
night near a slick curve on Pomerelle 
Road seven miles south of Albion. 
Driver Brett Hunt, 20. and his passen- 
ger, Marcia Clark, 27, both of Burley, 
were not injured. 

The Idaho State Police and the Twin 
Falls County Sheriff's Department 
reported a number of vehicles slid off 
roads glazed with Ice Friday morning. 
Police In Twin Falls and several other 
Magic Valley communities said the 
Incidence of accidents was no more 
than slightly above normal. 

"We were real lucky," Filer Police 
Chief James Trcntham said. "We 



didn't have one accident inside-thc 
city. The traffic was slower than It 
usually Is." 

Snow showers are expected to con- 
tinue In the Magic Valley today. The 
Wood River Valley forecast calls for 
breezes and partly sunny skies. 

School children weren't about to 
stay indoors because of Friday's 
snow. A. Twin Falls youngster suf- 
fered minor injuries Friday as he 
completed a trip down a playground 
slide, but his misfortune apparently 
wasn't related to icy conditions, 

Lincoln School student Kip Teske, 
1Q, was treated and released at Magic 
Valley Memorial Hospital Friday fol- 
lowing the accident at his school 
playground. School Principal Bill 
Stover said the youth, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Gene Teske of rural Twin Falls, 
lost his footing as he left the slide after 
finishing a ride. 



Dietrich man asphyxiated 

CHALLIS - A Dietrich man found dead 
Thursday at a campground southwest of Challls 
apparently was the victim of a faulty heating 
system. ■ 

Custer County Sheriff's deputies said Dan J. 
Tews, 26, apparently was asphyxiated acciden- 
tally after he went to bed with his camper's 
heater operating, and the pilot light went out. 
Tews was found in a school bus converted to a 
camper parked at Slate Creek Campground 40 
miles southwest of Challls. 

A friend of Tews contacted the sheriff's 
department at about 5:30 p.m. Thursday after 
becoming alarmed by his failure to report for 
work, deputies said. 

Greenhouse workshop set 

TWIN FALLS - The Idaho Office of Energy 
will sponsor a workshop on solar greenhouse 
design and management Feb, 14 In Twin Falls. 

Sessions will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in 
Room 108 of the Vocational Technology Building, 
College of Southern Idaho campus. Topics in- 
clude solar fundamentals, how to analyze build- 
ing sites, principles of greenhouse design and 
greenhouse management. 

Ample time will be available to answer 
questions, said Mary Higdem of Caldwell, 
energy coordinator for the Energy Extension 
Service at College of Idaho: " 

Higdem said the workshop will teach partici- 
pants how 7 a properly designed greenhouse, 
attached to a structure, can save money on 
heating bills and reduce food costs for the user. 

A $3 registration fee Includes a workbook to 
guide home construction efforts. For more 
information, Interested persons may contact 
George Clawson In Twin Falls at 733-9554. 



Nonprofit bookfair planned 

TWIN FALLS - The Twin Falls County United 
Way will sponsor a book fair April 11 tof 
nonprofit organizations. 

The fair will be held at the Blue Lakes Mall 
froml0a.m.to6p.m. 

Nonprofit organizations can sign up for space 
by calling 733-4922 or 733-6467. United way will 
furnish tables, signs and adverstislng. The.cost 
to an organization will be $40 Tor a square or four 
tables plus 10 percent of gross sales. Individual 
table's will cost S15 plus 10 percent of gross sales. 

Organizations supply the books to be sold and 
sales staffs and set their own prices. 

Space will be sold until March 20, according to 
United Way officials. 



Two sentenced to prison 

TWIN FALLS - Fifth District Court Judge 
Theron Ward sentenced two local men to prison 
terms Friday after the two had pleaded guilty to 
burglary charges. ■ . 

Marty L, Harrell, 18, of Twin Falls was 
sentenced to a maximum 15-year term in the 
Idaho State Penitentiary at Boise. He had 
pleaded guilty last month to first-degree bur- 
glary related to the theft of three motorcycles 
and an undetermined amount of cash from 
Miller's Honda-Cycle Shop of Hansen on July 12, 
1980. 

- Horrell was found in possession of some or the 
■ stolen-ltems when arrested In Lcwlston, police 
said. 

In another case, David Schultz, 32, 'of Klm- 
berly, was sentenced to a maximum five-year 
prison term for burglarizing the home of a 
Klmberly man. Schultz was arrested on Dec. 30, 



1980, for speeding 31 miles north of Wells, Nev.' 
Nevada police found weapons later Identified as 
belonging to Bernard Thomas Mozdenskl in. 
Schultz's car. Mozdenskl's home was bur- 
glarized on Dec. 20, 1980. 

Schultz -waived his right for a pre-sentence 
Investigation after pleading guilty to the sec- 
ond-degree burglary charge Friday. 

Olmstead banquet speaker 

JEROME - Idaho's Speaker of the House, 
Ralph Olmstead, will speak at the Jerome 
County Farm Bureau's annual banquet Satur- 
day. 

This year's banquet will be at the Jerome Elks 
Lodge, beginning with a social hour at 6 p.m. A 
dinner, catered by China Village Restaurant, 
wlllf61lowat7p.m. 

Tickets are on sale for $7.50 penperson, For 
additional information, people should contact 
Don Tolman at 324-4207 or Linda Montgomery at 
825-5175. 



'A night to remember' set 

TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls Fourth Ward, 
of the L.D.S. Church presents,"A Night to 
Remember," Feb'. 7,' at 7 p.m., 824 Caswell Ave., 
W. 

.Suggested donation $3 for adults and $1.50 for. 
students. The public Islnvited, 



Hazelton to discuss reunion 

HAZELTON — A meeting to organize the 20th ' 
reunion of the class of 1961 will be held at 7:30 ' 
tonight at the home of John and Judy Holland at • 
. Hazelton. All class members are Invited. 



A-8 Timoa-riowa, Twin Falls, Idaho Saturday, January 31, 1981 



Olive Irene Sellers 

TWJN FALLS - Olive Irene xms, 74; 
of Twin Falls, died Friday morning at 
Magle Valley Memorial Hospital. 

She was bom Aug. 26, 1906, at McCook, 
Neb., and moved to Twin Falls from 
Colorado in 1917, to Jerome In 19H, and 
relumed to Twin Falls In 1961. She worked 
for the Idaho Frozen Foods and Bertie's 
Poultry Farm In Twin Falls. She was a 
member of theUhlted Pentecostal Church. 
She married Forest Sellers Feb. 3. 1526, at 
McCook.HcdledOcl.25. 1979. 

Surviving Is a son, Leonard Sellers, of 
Twin Falls; three daughters, Elaine Bibb of 
Twin Falls, and Lois Wllsle and Darlcne 
Sewcll, both of .Pleasanton. Calif.; 10 
grandchildren; 5 great 'grandchildren; and 
two sisters. Lavlna Thompson and Velma 
Stensell, both of Twin Falls, She was 
preceded In death by a brother. 

Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at 
Reynolds Funeral Home with the Rev. Alan 
Plckelslmer of the Twin Falls Bethel Tem- 
ple Church officiating. Burial will be In 
Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call at 
Reynolds Monday and until time of services 



Revnaldo Quintana 

PAUL - Reynaiao M. yuintana. 49. of 
Paul, died Thursday In Cassia Memorial' 
Hospital at Burtey. 

He was bom Oct. 1, 1931, at Los Torres, 
N.M. He was a veteran of the Korean War 
and was In the National Guard for six 
years. He married Rene Price at Paul. Mr. 
Quintana came to Idaho in 1971, and was a 
member of the Catholic Church . 

Surviving is his wife of Paul; lour 
children. Perry Rae and Julie Ann, both of 
Paul, Bonnie Lynn Knopp of Heyburn, and 
Daniel Eugene Quintana of Rupert; his 
mother, Mrs. Dulclnes Quintana of 
Petaluma. Calif.: three brothers. Tony 
Quintana of Splckard, Mo.. Roger Quintana 
of Greenville. Miss., and Armando Garcia 
of South San Francisco. Calif.; two sisters. 
Febbe Quintana ol Petaluma, and Aurora 
Quintana of Indlanola, Miss; and a 
grandchild. He was preceded in death by 
his father. 

Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday at St. Theresc Little Flower, of 
Jesus parish. Mass of the Resurrection will 
beat II a.m. Monday with the Rev. Father 




the Riverside Cemetery at Heyburn. 
Friends may call at the Payne Chapel 
Sunday afternoon until 6 p.m. and at the; 
church Monday one hour prior to mass. 

Thomas W. Dunlap 

PAUL - Thomas Willis Dunlap. 58. of 
Brea. Calif., formerly of Paul, died Tues- 
day at a Brea hospital 

He was bom Oct. 27. 1922. at Watanfij, 
Okfa., where he also attended schools. He 
was a veteran of World War I. serving tn 
Germany, and moved to California after his 
discharge. He married N. Mae Francisco 
Sept. 12, 1953, at Paul He worked for the 
Coast Grain in Narwalk. Calif . until shortly 
before his death. 

Surviving arc his wife of Brea: a son. 
Thomas Charles Dunlap, of Brea: four 
brothers, J.D. Dunlap of Olfdaje. Calif., 
Charles Dunlap of Arlington, Texas, Corby 
Dunlap of Aile, Texas, and W.W. Frye of 
Wagoner. Okla. He was preceded In death 
by his parents and a sister. 

Services arc pending and will be an- 
nounc ed by Hansen Funeral Chapel of 




in — KupWr 



GOODING COUNTY MEMORIAL 
Admitted 

Mrs. David Eggersdorf and Eloisa Urla, both of Gooding. 
Dismissed 

Edna Race and Mrs. Frank Potter, both of Gooding. 
Births 

A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. David Eggersdorf of Gooding. 

CASSIA MEMORIAL 
Admitted 

Ralph Hyde and Paula Vanlassell, both of Burley; Sherl 
Livingston of Pocalello; Karen Qulgley and Nathan Emerick, bolh 
of Rupert: and Martin Vander of Paul. 

Dismissed 

Debra Seibold, Pamela Free, and Dorothy Voelker. all of 
Burley; and Nyle Greenwell of Paul. 

Births 

A son to Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Vantassell of Burley. 

MINIDOKA MEMORIAL 
Admitted 

Gloria Hansen of Burley: Beulah Dicks and Arlynn Maggard, 
bolh of Rupert; Rose Crystal of Murtaugh: and Donna Uscola of 
Paul, 

. Dismissed 
Sandra Spencer of Paul, and Ruth Mamn of Rupert. 



Births 

A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hansen of Hurley. 

MAGIC VALLEY MEMORIAL 
Admitted 

John Lara, Travis Oswald, Anella Telford. Howard Sheldon. 
James Duffel, Rick Kuhn. Mrs. Richard Bullock, Briana Carey. 
Cheryl Elsinger, .Mar]orle Schmecke!, and Mrs Lynn Rasmussen, 
all of Twin Falls; Mrs. Terry English and Cory Edwards, both of 
Klmberly; Mrs. Ross Cheney and Manual Dclgado Jr., both of. 
Burley; Sharle Veenstra of Wendell; Mrs Robert Bosserman, 
Jerry WestlaVe. George Hill, and Jay Dull, all of Jerome: Mrs. 
Dean Gibbons of Paul: Mrs. Guy Pace of Hansen: Scon Cowley of 
Shoshone; and Clark Palce ol Jackpot, Nev. 

Dismissed 

Lewis Adams, Mrs. Alfred Monroe, Amy Blbby. Leonard 
Revels, Mrs. Grant Slarley and son, and Mrs. CM. Tanner, all of 
Twin Falls; Larry Adams of Murtaugh: Mrs Jack Hunsaker and 
son ol Deelo; Mrs. Dan Jarollmek of Wlnncmucea: Mrs. Michael 
Kuhn and daughter ol Jerome: Mrs. Lloyd Plant ol Buhl: Mrs. 
Kurt Maughan and daughter of Paul ; Mrs Guy Pace and daughter 
of Hansen: and Richard Thompson of Bliss 
Births 

Daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pace of Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. 
Dean Gibbons and Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Maughan. all of Paul, and 
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rasmussen of Twin Falls 



. Louis F. IngersolV 

GLENNS"FERRY~="Lfll]irFn n gersoUT" 

86. of Glenns Ferry and Kctchum, died 
Tuesday morning at the Boise Veterans . 
■ Hospital. 

He was born May 10, IBM, at Idaho Falls, 
where he attended grade school. He then 
lived with his ryandmolht;. Alice Ingersoll, 
•at Boise, while he attended high school. He 
" served In France in railroad service during. 
World War I. and married Isabelle Coburn 
May 18. 1918, at Glenns Ferry. He worked 
for the Union Pacific Railroad as freight 
brakeman and later as conductor at Glenns 
Ferry and Nampa. He retired from the 
railroad In 19S9. spending the summers In 
Ketchum and the wlnlers In Glenns Ferry. 

Surviving arc two sisters, Grace A. 
Wayland and Florence B. McCord. both of 
Boise; and two nieces. Ills wife died Dec. 
30. 1370. 

Memorial services will be at 3 'p.m. 
Monday In Humphcrys Funeral Home al 
Glenns Ferry. Inurnment will be In Glenn , 
Rest Cemetery: Memorials are suggested 
1o the Glenns Ferry or the Kelchum 
libraries. 

Dan James Tews 

DIETRICH - Dan James-Tews. 26. ol 
Dietrich, died of asphyxiation by gas fumes 
In h Is camper al Stanley. 

Arrangements will be announced by 
Bergln Funeral HomeotShoshone. 



First United Methodist 

TWIN falls - Sunday school begins at 9:45 
a.m. The Rev. Wilson will lead the. 11 a.m. 
worship service. This Sunday's sermon will be 
"A Man Named Paul - Brother Saul." The 
reading (rom the scriptures will be Acts 9 : 1-20. 

K you are planning to join the confirmation 
class, it will be necessary that you attend the , 
class this week; Saturday at 10:30 a.m. or 
Sunday, at 5 p.m. The classes will be held in the 
Rev. Wallace's of/Ice. 

There will be a meeting of the P.P.R. Com- 
mittee at 3p.m., Sunday In the Fireplace room. 

The youth bell choir will meet Monday at 7 
p.m. In the Fireplace room. 

Community Bible 

FILER — This Sunday at the (amlly worship 
hour, Pastor Marvin Duncan will be speaking on 
"Matters for the Married." Worship hour begins 
at 11 a.m. with junior church being provided for 
children six years of age and younger. 

Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. Mid-week 
Bible study Is held every Wednesday at 8p.m. 

Services are held at 203 Yakima Street. 
Church phone 32M710. , 

Jerome Presbyterian 

JEROME - Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. with 
Pastor W. Daniel Kllngier preachlng'a message 
' entitled "Am 1 One of the Little People?" Church 
school for children, through fifth grade, Is held 
concurrently with worship. 

The Sunday night class will look at the theme 
"Sufteringsof Christ in Central America." 

Church of Christ 

WENDELL - Sunday Bible classes at 9:45 
a.m. Worship at 10:50 a.m. Frank. Thompson, . 
Evangelist, will preach on "Who Is a Liar?" At 6 
p.m. "AStudyotthe Eldership." " 

Wednesday Blblaclosses at 7:30 p.m. 

Community Presbyterian 

H0LL1STER - The Rev. Stanton McCllnney 
will preach at the worship service at 11 a.m. 
■ Congregational meeting during the potluck 
lucheon will follow the worship service. Sunday 
school at 10 a.m. 

Bitf&tead Presbyterian 

KETCHUM - Sunday worship and church . 
school begin at 10 a.m. The Whole Armor of God 
is the focus of a new sermon series by the Rev. 
Michael Carrier who will be preaching on the 
theme: "The Belt of Truth." 

The f lhal meeting in our series of New Member 
discussion will be m the church at 7:30 p.m. on 
: Sunday. Topic of dicusslon will be "The Church, . 
Yesterday and Today." 

Seventh-day Adventist 

EDEN - "The Church In Pictures," Is the 
lesson study LblsSaturday. Thestudy'is based on - 
Epheslans5:32. 

Sabbath school begins at 9:15 a.m. with a song 
service. The worship hour is at it a.m. 



Christian Center 

HAGERMAN — Announcing the beginning of 
Christian Center in Hagertnan. Services will 
begin this Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the American 
Legion Hall, with James D. Davis, pastor. The 
Christian Center is a non-denominational 
charismatic fellowship. 

Salvation Army 

TWIN FALLS - "God — What's He Like," 1$ 
the title os the message, by visiting officer Lt. 
Vlnce Frantom, at the II a.m. worsh p service. 
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Evening praise service 
IswlthCapt;, Mrs. Hedgrenat 6p.m. 



United Methodist 

KIMBERLY-MURTATUGH - East Twin 
Falls County Methodist Parish, Kimberly- 
Murtaugh will meet with services In Murtaugh 
at 9 a.m. and Klmberly at 11 a.m. Pastor John 
Wood will present the message: "Ours lo Give - 
' The Christian Mission," 

Klmberly congregation will share a potluck 
dinner Sunday at 6 p.m. Each family Is rcqulstcd 
to provide a western style hot-dish and a salad or 
dessert, and table service. 

Feb, 7, at 7:30 a.m. the ' Parish men's 
fellowship will have Us annual Sweetheart 
Breadfast at the Golden Griddle. Twin Falls. 
Guest speaker Is the Rev. Robert Bryant of the 
Glenns Ferry United Methodist Church. 

First Christian 

TWIN FALLS - Sunday school classes begin 
at 9:50 a.m. Opening exercises begin at 9:40 a.m. 
In the Sanctuary. The morning worship service 
begins at 10:50 a.m., followed by a coffee hour. 

Sunday evening services are at 7 p.m. Wed- 
nesday at 7:45 p.m., is choir practice. A Bible 
study is at 8 p.m. 

A general meeting o( C.W.M.S. will be Feb. 12, 
at 2:30 p.m. There will be a potluck lucheon with 
Charles Crane of Caldwell as guest speaker. 

Immanuel Lutheran 

TWIN FALLS - Worship service, 9:30 a.m., 
Pastor A. J. Crosmer's sermon will be based 
upon the Beatitudes of "Christ's Sermon on the 
Mount," Matt. 5: 1-12. 

Christian education hour follows the worship- 
services. 

C. andM.A. 

TWIN FALLS - Heritage Alliance meets each 
Sunday, for Sunday school at 10 a.m., -and 
worship services at 11 a.m., at the YFCA 

Heritage Alliance is an extension church of the 
Christian and Missionary Alliance. 

First Southern Baptist 

TWIN FALLS - Sunday school begins at 10 
a.m. with Ellen Ross as teacher. The Rev. Cleve 
Millings will give the II a.m. sermon "God Gave 
Us a Light," John Chapter 8 Verse 21-36 
Services are held at 492 Washington Street. 

Church of God of Prophecy 

TWIN FALLS - Sunday services at 10 a.m., 
and6p.m.at236QulncySt. 
Revival starting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. 

Seventh-day Adventist 

TWIN-FALLS - Bible study classes begin at 
9:30 -am., and worship hour at 11 a.m, This 
weeks guest speaker will be Bruce Johnston, 
president of the Idaho Conference of Seventh- 
day Adventists. His sermon will be "Hostages 
HomeComing." 

Immediately following the serivces there will 
be a fellowship dinner. 

Wednesday evenings at 7p.m., Is Bible study. 

-^JEirstUnited-Pentecostal — 



TWIN FALLS - Sunday school classes begin 
at 10 a.m., morning worship - at 10:45 a.m., 
evening prayer at 6 p.m., and evening worship at 
6:30p.m. 

Wednesday at 7:30p.m. is Bible study. 

Church of Brethren 

TWIN FALLS - The congregation meets 
Sunday morning at 0:45 for Sunday school and at 
11 a.m. for morning worship. 
' ' The Groung Hog Dinner will be Monday from 5 
toBp.m.Reservationsonly. 

Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m. Is the commission 
meeting. 



First Assembly 

.TWIN FALLS — Sunday school classes begin 
.. at 9:415 a.m., followed by the morning worship 
' service at 10:45 a.m. the film, "Till The Whole 
World Knows," will be shown at the 7 p.m. 
Sunday service. - - 

Women's Ministries will meet on Monday at 7 
p.m.atlhechurch. 

The 1981 Leadership Banquet will be at the 
Jerome Assembly of Cod on Tuesday at 7 p.m. 
The van will leave Twin Falls al 6:30 p.m. 

Family night activities will begin at a new 
lime, 7 p.m., begining Wednesday, taught by 
pastor Roger Loy. 

Church of Christ 

TWIN FALLS - Bible study -class begins at 10 
a.m., and warship hour at 10:50 a.m. John 
Hannah will be the guest speaker for both the 
morning and eveningservlces. 

Sunday evening -worship begins at 6 p.m. 
Midweek Bible study begins at 7:30 p.m. The 
adult class Is continuing their study of the Old 
Testament. 

Calvary Chapel 

TWIN FALLS - Services begin at ll a.m. with 
the message being giveTioy Pastor Mike Kestler. 

Sunday school is held downstairs. Worship will 
be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sabala 
at 980 ML View Drive N. 

Tuesday night fellowship beginsat 7:30 p.m. 

United Presbyterian 

TWIN FALLS - Worship services begin at 
— 9:30 and 11 a.m. each Sunday. The-first service 
will be followed with discussion. A coffee hour 
between services Is in the dinning room. This 
week the Rev, Van Nest will speak at both 
services on I he subject "What Is God's Will?" 

At 9:30 a.m. there are church school classes 
for all ages except Senior Hi's who meet Sunday 
ovcnlngsat6:30p.m. 

Reformed Church 

TWIN FALLS — Pioneer Girls's Sunday will 
be observed this Sunday.-Raslor Nienhuls will 
bring the message "God's Special Gift to You." 
In the evening the message will be "How to 
Receive Divine Guidance." 

Sunday school meets at 10 a.ni. 

The Bible studies will meet on Tuesday. One at 
7:30 p.m. at the John Klompeln residence south 
of Klmberly, and the other at 8 p.m. at the 
Darwin. Houtsma residence' southwest of 
Jerome. 

The Ladles Sunshine Circle meels Wednesday 
at 10:15 a.m. The church bowling league meets 
Wednesday at9:30 p.m. 

Christian Science 

TWIN FALLS — The subject ol the lesson 
sermon Is "Love." Church services and Sunday 
school are both at 1 1 a.m., new students are.now 
being accepted. Wednesday services are held at 
thechurchatap.m. 

The Christian Science Reading Room, 352 
Main Ave. S., Is open Monday through Saturday 
from noon to 4 p.m. 

Christian Center 

TWIN FALLS — Sunday school classes begin 
-at2p.rruThe.worsh.lp nnd communion service at_ 
3 pm. with Sheldon Slagel, pastor ministering. 
The semon will be "He Who Receives." 

Wednesday 3t 7:30 p.m. the movie "What 
Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About 
Women: The Lonely Housewife," will be shown. 

First Baptist 

TWIN FALLS — The Rev. Gilbert Meyers 
sermon topic will be "The Test of Authenticity." . 

I John 2:7-11. Communion will be observed at the - 

II a.m. worship-service. Sunday school at 9:45 

° Wednesday Bible study will meet In the parlor 
at 7 p.m. 

Friday at 9 a.m.. Mothers and Others will trleet 
in the parlor. 



Josephine Tschannen 

GOODING - Josephine Tschannen. 8H, of 
Gooding, died Thursday In Gr«n Acres 
Terrace Convalescent Center at Gooding. 

She was born Nov. 22, IB92, at Aurora, 
III., where she was educated. She married 
Rudolph Tschannen In 1914 at Aurora, They 
farmed In the Buhl area, and at Parma, and 
moved to the Goodlng-Bllss area where 
they have farmed since 1920. 

Surviving arc a daughter. Barbara 
' Gardner of Hagcrman; Iwo sons. Richard 
and John Tschannen, both of Bliss: 14 
grandchildren; and 17 great- 
grandchildren. She was preceded in death 
by her husband, three sons, and a daughter. 

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday In 
Uemaray's Thompson Chapel at Gooding 
wlih the Rev. Harold Hake officiating, 
flurial will be In the Elmwood Cemetery. 
Friends may call al Demaray's Chapel 
Sunday from I toBp.m. 

Katie E. Hayes 

TWIN FALLS- Katie Elizabeth Hayes, 
-JJ.-of-TwIn-FaUVdicd al-hcr-liomo Wed- 
nesday. 

She was born Aug. 13. 1903. In Missouri, 
and she married Roy Hayes Dec. 23. 1934. 
al Lincoln, Neb. fie died In 1968. They lived 
at Camlno. Calif., all their married llle. She 
moved to Shoshone In 1969. and to Twin 
Falls In 1973. She was a member of the 
Naiarene Church. 

Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. 
James tVirglnial Holt of Jerome, and 
Vcrna L. Paladinl of Filer; three sisters, 
Berlha Mitchell of Nebraska, Clara Steppe 
of Plaecrvlllo. Calif., and Opal Ferguson of 
Harper Woods. Mich.; 13 grandchildren; 
and 13 great-grandchildren. She was pre- 
ceded in death by a son and several 
brothers and sisters. - 

Friends may call at the Bergln Funeral 
Chapel at Shoshone Sunday and until ll 
a.m. Monday. Services and burial will be at 
Placcrville. 



Ralph E. Hyde 

BURLEY - Ralph E.'ilydc. 75. ol 
Burley, died Friday morning at Cassia 
Memorial Hospital. 

He was born Ocl. 21, 1905, at Wagner. 
S.D., and married Helen Campbell at 
Wagner Jan. 23. 1934. They moved to 
Burley In 1961 where they have since 
resided. He was a member of the Baptist 
Church. 

Surviving arc his wife of Burley; a son. 
Ronald R. Hyde of Rupert; two daughters. 
Bonnie Hewell of Galnsvlllc, Ga„ and Pearl 
Costner of San Jose. Calif.: a sister. Mary 
Wllhelm of Jerome; eight grandchildren; 
and three great-grandchildren. 

Services will be al 2 p.m. Monday In 
Joseph Payne Memorial Chapel with the 
Rev. Ferrcll C. Zlnn ofliclallng. Burial will 
be Wednesday In Custer, S.D. Friends may 
call at the Payne Chapel Sunday afternoon 
and evening, and prior to the services 
Monday. 



^Albert L. Mowatt Sr. 

RUPERT - Albert Latllmore Mowatt 
Sr., 81, of Rupert, died Friday at Ontario, 
Calif., where he had been visiting. 

He was bom Oct. 2, 1899. at St. Stevens, 
New Brunswick, Canada, where he at- 
tended schools bclore moving to 
Massacfiusetts as a young man. He mar- 
ried Kathleen Mclnnls at Kitchberg. Mass., 
July 31. 1939. He moved lo Twin Falls in 
1950 and to Rupert In 1959, where he owned 
and operated the Midway Cafe near Rupert 
for many years. Mrs. Mowatt died In 1973. 
He was a member ol the Episcopal Church. 

Surviving are a son, Albert L. Mowatt Jr. 
ol Rupert, and two brothers. 

Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the 
Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church wltli 
thcRcv.Sam Hosier officiating. Burial will 
be in the Rupert Cemetery with arrange- 
ments under direction of the Hansen 
Mortuary. 



RUPERT - Graveside services lor 
Alice Muree Phillips, E2. of Rupert, who 
died Monday, will be al 2 p.m. today at 
the lamily plot in section 24 west ol 
Mountain View Cemetery at Pocatcllo. 
Services are under the direction ol the 
Henderson Funeral Home. Memorials 
may be given to a charity of the donor's 
choice. 

RUPERT - Services for Maude Mae 
Brock. 89, of Rupert, who died Wed- 
nesday, will be at 11 a.m. today In 
Rupert United Methodist Church. 
Burial will be In Rupert Cemetery. 
Friends may call al Hansen Mortuary 
prior lo services. Friends who wish may 
make memorials lo the Rupert United 
Methodist Church. 

FAIRFIELD - Graveside services , 
for Jack D, Winters. 69, of Fairfield, 
who died Monday, will be at 2 p.m. 
today in Mountain View Cemetery at 
Fairfield, under direction of Wood 
River Chapel at Halley. 

RUPERT - Services for Berlin L. 
"Mac" McArthur, 59. of Rupert, who 
died Wednesday, will be at 1 p.m. today 



in the Joseph Payne Memorial Chapel. 
Burial will be In the Rupert Cemetery 
with military graveside rites under the 
Joint direction of the DAV, VFW. Veter- 
ans of World War I and the American 
Legion. Friends may call at the Payne . 
Chapel In Burley prior to services. 

RUPERT - Services (or Cannie 
Culley. 90, ol Rupert, who died Thurs- 
day, will be at tl a.m. Monday In the 
McCulloch Chape! al Burley. RurlaJ will 
be In the Rupert Cemetery. Friends 
may call al the McCulloch Chapel from 
4 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, and prior lo 
services Monday. 

BUHL - Services for Margaretha 
Rill. 77. or Buhl, who died Thursday, 
will be held at the Church of the 
Immaculate Conception at Buhl with 
rosary to be recited at 7:30 p.m. Sun- 
day, and- requiem mass will be cele- 
brated at J0:30 a.m. Monday with Fa- 
ther M, McNeill as celebrant. Burial 
will be in the West End Cemetery at 
Buhl. Friends may call at Hopkins-Buhl 
Funeral Chapel today from noon to S 
p.m. and from 2 to G p.m. Sunday. , 



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Morning plans not good 
for Capricorns today 
but they work out later 

GENERAL TENDENCIES: Alier a sudden crisis In 
the morning which you need to go along with sensibly in 
order not to have a loss, you can make long-range plans 
that could give you more abundance. 

ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 191 Don't make plans in the 
morning that would require change later. Study a new 
philosophy that could be helpful to you. 

TAURUS lApr. 2D to May 201 Morning is not good for 
pursuing some personal aims but the evening is line for 
social activities. Sidestep a foe . ■. - 

GEMINI (May 21 'leTJune 211 See WTb pot" early" in" the 
day where you can gain peace of mind. Don't force any 
issues with family members. 

' MOON CHILDREN Uune 22 to July 211 A close tie 
could be careless in the morning but don't let this bother 
you. Strive for increased happiness. 

LEO (July 22 to Aug. 211 Be sure you don't irk someone 
. in authority or you could, regmt it later. Plan the new 
week's activities wisely and make progress. 

VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Wait until the afternoon 
before putting across any ideas to others, but use or- 
thodox methods for beat results. 

LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 221 Study your obligations well 
and plan how best to handle them. The afternoon is best 
for having a serious talk with loved one. 

SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Wait until later in the 
day before talking over a personal matter with loyal 
friends. Bo poised at all times. 

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 211 A fine day for get- 
ting out and visiting long-time friends. Follow your hun- 
ches which are accurate now. 

CAPRICORN IDec. 22 to Jan. 20) Morning plans are 
not very good but later they work out just fine for you. 
Show that you ore understanding. 

AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 191 The situation at home 
requires diplomacy in the moming. Make only changes 
now that are necessary. 

PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 201 A new project you have in 
mind needs more study before you put it in operation. 
Make plans to improve your social life. 

IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will 
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moat practical and precise of nature. Give n lim: education 
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Is it harder to understand the conversation of a mm 
with a heavy beard and muitache? Yes, indeed, contends 
none other thin that world-renowned acoustical expert 
Dr. Vem Knudion. The car cj mot distinguish between the 
"f," as in Tin, and the "th," as in Chin. But the eye can. A 
clear right of the speaker's mouth contributes considerably ' 
tu comprehension, rays .he. Also certain high-frequency 
sounds needed for a belter comprehension also are muffled 
by the whhkcrs. 

- Automobiles are outlawed on Michigan's Mackinac 
Island. Am asked why. Originally, because the townsfolk 
didn't think the narrow it reels could accommodate them. 
Eventually, It became clear that the law permitting only 
■bikes and horses would preserve an - historic way of life." 
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In football, the home team beats the visiting team three 
llniei nut of four, hfaloricaliy. 

. BASEBALL CARDS _ 

Q. What determines the collector, price of a baseball ' 
card? 

A. Popularity of the player pictured thereon plus scarci- 
ty of the can). Moit ^aluable cards of currently active 
players arc those of Pete Rose and Tom Seaver. The 1963 
rookie card of Rose is worth S3S in mint condition. The . 
1967 perfect card of Seaver runs $45. 

Q. In the lingo of the body builders, what are "abs" and 
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Tall& tough NIC visits Eagles to 




;By LARRY HOVEY : 
'Times-news sports writer 

'■' TWIN FALLS -H could well be the 
'game of the season tonight when 
: College of Southern Idaho entertains 
. North Idaho. . . 

' Not only are both teams' apparently 
well primed for the major showdown, 
the ramifications for this spring's 
regional tournament are well defined. 

The teams will square .off about 6 
p.m. alter the womens' teams from 
.. the two Institutions meet at 6p.m. 
Assuming 'a win over Treasure 



Valley In Ontario Friday night, Coach 
Rolile Williams will bring his Cardi- 
nals to Twin Falls with a 17-3 overall 
record and 1*0 regional mark. CSI Is 
1W and 1-0 In regional — the catch 
being CSI won Its regional game on 
the road at Ricks. ^ 

Because of that Ricks victory, CSI 
Is considered in the driver's seat for 
one of the two regional berths — 
providing the Eagles win all three of 
the Important home games. An NIC 
victory tonight would give the Cardi- 
nals the edge with two road victories 
jvlth a visit to Rlcksjate In February. 

A defeat would put CSI In a position 



ot having to probably defeat North 
Idaho In Coeur d'Alene the last game 
of the season plus win the intervening 
games against Ricks on the home 
court and home-and-home against 
■ Treasure Valley. 

"With five games left, there still are 
too many possibilities to figure- that 
one team has a big edge on the 
others*" Coach Dave Campbell said 
Friday. "But winning at Kicks was 
definitely a big plus for us.- 1 Just wish 
this was Sunday morning and we were, 
slttlnEhere2-0." .- . 

"From a size standpoint I would say 
they arc the toughest team we have on 



^Snorts 



the schedule,", Campbell said. "We 
Just don't match up very well with 
them. And they have excellent 
quickness outside and one of their 
forwards, (Charles) Meriwether Is 
really quick. 1 understand he runs the 
quarter In 4.8 or 4.9 (seconds!." 

The spires are found In the middle 
with 6-U sophomore Greg Wtltjer 
making his second appearance In 
Twin Falls. He had a heyday against 
the shorter Eagles last year.- The 
other forward is 6-8 Warren Shepherd. 

That line ot 6-11, 6-8 and 6-4 Is 
answered by the Eagles at 6-7. 6-6 and 



""We'll have to be very tough on the 
boards," Campbell said. "And 
everyone tells me you have to play off 
Meriwether and have him shoot the 
Jumper because If you move up on' 
him when he has the ball, he's by you 
and In foralayup" 

Campbell said he's telling his 
Eagles they'll Just have to hustle and 
play hard every second because "no 
one has Indicated to me that North 
Idaho has a weakness that you can 
exploit. They're Just a very solid ball 
club with excellent height un- 
derneath, good quickness out front 
and a very respectable bench." 

Campbell went (o Ontario Friday 



night to get a look at the Cardinals, 
braving the prospect of icy roads. "I 
have to for two reasons," he said with 
a hint of a smile. "First," we have to 
have an idea or how they 1 play and 
second, they're the only roads we've 
got." 

Before the men take the floor, the 
CSI women will meet North Idaho. 
Coach-Lloyd Hardesty and his girls 
are 0-2 in the race for a regional 
tournament berth and can lll-a!fard . 
another loss. 

"We just have to win all of them 
from now on, at home and on the road, 
and hope, for some help." Hardesty 
said. . .. ■ 



Saturday. January 31 . 1981 
Times-'Nows, Twin Fails, Idaho 



» Classified 



Bl 



Bruins locate 
needed victory 



By LARRY HOVEY 
Times-News sports writer 



RUPERT — For Twin Falls it was a 
badly needed win. 

' For Mlnlco a loss hardly .needed. 
For the players It was an emotional 
battle. For the technologists it wasn't 
pure. 

The Bruins pulled Into a 10-point 
lead with four minutes left Friday 
night and evened the season series 
with the Spartans 64-60. 

In the final four minutes, had the 
scoreboard not indicated the Bruins 
were ahead, a spectator would have 
guessed Mlnlco had the lead. 

Twin Falls was forcing the ball 
downcburt, taking It to the hole with 
wild abandon and putting up long 
transition jump shots — all without 
elfect.On the other end of the court, 
Mlnlco was setting up against the 
Bruln'zone - the first time jfwln Falls 
has.jised the ploy this year - and 
v-showlng good patience and coming 
back a bit. 

The game followed the pattern 
established five meetings ago. The 
teams flew at each other offensively 
and defensively. Finesse was virtue. 
It may be time to. put the Twin 
Falls-Mlnlco series in with the 
Mlnlco-Burley series for the emo- 
tional Involvement. 

Twin Falls Coach John Astorquia 
agreed that a return of cooler heads 
would have helped the Bruins In the 
final minutes, but he emphatically 
pointed oat one thing. 

"We had bad passes and at times we 
didn't think well at all. But it's time 
we make a few of those kinds of 
mistakes and still win. A lot of times 
earlier In the season we were more 
flawless and lost the game," he said. 

"Our free throw shootlng.(6-15) was 
horrible, especially in the first half. If 
we'd shot free throws we would have 
been ahead at the half instead of 
behind." - 

The coach said he didn't plan on 
using the zone as much as he did. 
Twin Falls jumped Into it with 2:36 
left in the first half and never left It. 
Other than periodic zone presses, the 
Bruins have played nothing but man 
to this point in the season. 

"We stayed In it because they were 
having trouble with It and because we 
had some kids pick up their second 
and third fouls early in the second 
quarter," Astorquia said. 

Astorquia praised sophomore Mark 
Mumm for "his best game of the 
season," then added, "I don't know If 
this (win) will have any bearing on 
the district tournament. But It should 
have a bearing on the rest of our 
season. We had to win tonight. Satur- 
day (at Bonneville) or Tuesday 
(agalnst-Burley) or l think we would 
have ended on a long losing streak 
going Into district." 

On the other side, Coach: Craig 
Dexter couldn't explain why the Bruin 
zone befuddle hlstcam so much. 

"It hasn't before (during the 



Gem State standings 

After Fr1diy'»C»ine» 

Tf»m W L Pel. 

HighIani1IIJ-3i t 1 m 

PoealellalM) i 2 ,7H 

Skyline F8-4I 4 4 .100 

Bonneville (7-41 3 4 .429 

1dahoFa!lji!-7) 4 J .444 

Mlnlco (5-7J 2 1 JSO 

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Idaho KalU B. Highland G4 
BonnevlIleM.RIgbyiain-cl 

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Twin f-'allsai Bonneville 
Skyline at Pocalello . 



season)," he said. "I think the reason 
they won tonight is the same reason 
we beat them earlier. They beat us to 
the loose balls tonight. - They also 
rebounded extremely well off our 
«s missed free throws and got the ball - 
downcourt for transition baskets. We ~ 
felt they were taking some chancy 
shots (In transition) but they were 
going in and that's their game. You 
live on the transition shot or you die 
by it. Tonight they lived." 

Helping Twin Falls' immediate 
outlook was the return of top gun Clay 
Mecham to double figures — 21 after 
, .three games of subpar scoring; Gary 
Krumm, who had two points In his last 
two outings, pumped through 17 and 
had several good drives that tightened 
the Mlnlco defense and opened up the 
medium range jumper. 

But Krumm had his free throw 
shooting streak end at 21. He hit-Ms 
first two of the night then came up 
short on his 22nd attempt. 

For Mlnlco the top gurLwas Terry 
Morrison who potted 18 and scored 
well in Mlnlco's comeb'ackjjj^the 
waning minutes. 

. Only in the second quarter did 
Mlnlco threaten the Bruins, moving 
out to a 26;2Q lead on points by Jeff 
Miller, Mike Shockey and Morrison. 
To that point lanky Randy Homer's 12 
points had kept Mlnico solidly in 
contention. But Mecham and Steve 
Galley then warmed up for three field 
. goals each and pulled Twin Falls back 
to within two at intermission. 

Lars Hovey and Krumm opened the 
second half with points and although 
tied three times after that, the Bruins 
never trailed again. 

The Twin Falls sophomores, down 
at the end of the third quarter, rallied 
to a 56-50 decision in the preliminary. 

Mlnlco f'g tl t Ip T.F. • if ft [ tp 

Miller 5 I 0 12 Krumm 7 3 1 17 

Morrlsn S 2 2 16 Hovey s I 4 n 

Senecal 0 0 10 Mecham IS I 1 11 

Barras 1 0 I 3 Shelby 0 0 10 

Chilnin 2 0 S 2 Mumm 0 13 1 

Shockey 1-1 0 J. Galley 10 11 

Tracy 3 0 14 Alkiun 4 0 1 a 

Homer J 1 0 IS 

ToU.ll M 11 11 « Totall 29 B II M 

Twin Fall! it sd II 14 — 44 

Mlnlco 11 II 10 H - M 

FTA-Twln Fall! IS, Mlnlco 23. 



Ali's name tenuously linked 
to embezzlement scheme 



BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI) - 
Former heavyweight champion 
Muhammad All was tenuously linked 
Friday, through a dummy organiza- 
tion bearing his name, to a possible 
$20 million embezzlement from the 
Wells Fargo Bank. 

.--...The. Long Beach.Independent Press- 
Telegram said an officer or the bank, 
who Ts also an associate of All's, was 
one ot two suspects in an Investigation 
of the alleged theft. .The suspect was 
not named and the nature of his 
relationship with the former 
heavyweight boxing champion was 
not disclosed. 

A bonk spokesman said the way the 
money-was taken Included mooing - 
internal business, accounts Into 
dummy non-profit accounts, one of 
whtch-wtos called the "Muhammad 
Youth Athletic Association." 

All told the newspaper he had no 
knowledge of the embezzlement, and 
added: -"■ ■ 

"I am always wrapped In con- 
troversy. Controversy Is my middle 
name." . 

A legitimate organization bearing - 



the boxer's name, Muhammad All 
Sports Inc., of Santa Monica, Calif., is 
not Involved in the Investigation. 

The- name of a second possible 
suspect, Identified only a former bank 
employee, was not also disclosed. 

George Caufleld, vice president in 
chargeof -public .relations. at_Wells- 
Fargo headquarters in San Francisco, 
confirmed that the bank was "in the 
preliminary stages of an investiga- 
tion" Into "what appears to be an 
internal manipulation of funds in- 
volving the employee." He refused to 
elaborate. 

Officials at the Beverly Hills 
branch, which d oes millions o f dollars 

1th the enlurtBTfiTTrei 
Industry, declined to discuss, the 
allegations.. 

The Long Beach newspaper re- 
ported that the scheme had been 
golhgonforaboutayear. 

A spokesman said the bank had 
been" investigating the alleged em- 
bezzlement for about a week, but did 
not seek help from a law enforcement 
agency until Friday, when the FBI 
was asked to Intervene. 



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!^ISHAil/Ti™.^«« 

Kimbcrly's Kevin Holcomb launches a shot over block attempt by Murtaugh's Greg Slevers 

Nebeker's 29, free throws 
put Murtaugh past Bulldogs 



By MIKE PRATER 
Times-News sports writer 



KIMBERLY - When in doubt, 
give the ball to Roy Nebeker and 
let him shoot free throws. 

Murtaugh's 6-2 sophomore 
ripped the basket for appoints, 
Including 13 of 15 free throws, to 

■*' ignite the. Red Devils to a .67-61 
surprise victory over Canyon Con- 
ference co-leader Klmberly Friday 

% night. 



But the Bulldogs weren't going 

down awlthoutaflght. 

Before the final buzzer, 
Murtaugh went Into a delay game 
that backfired. Klmberly stole the 
ball and hit easy baskets to narrow 
the margin, but the rally fell short. 

Curtis Parmer and Rocky Eller 
each hit two field goals In the final 
three minutes to close the gap to 
60-59 with 1:48 left. But Nebeker hit 
four unanswered free throws to put 
the game away with 1 : 191*^. 

lossarops 



The non-conference loss i 



-Up. until. the_4:l9^mark_oLthe Klmberly.-Whlch. remain: yip the t 



final period, Paul Graff was doing 
most of the scoring. But he fouled 
out after hitting 20 points and it set- 
the stage for Nebekers' heroics. 

Nebeker wiggled his way down 
the baseline On his way to apparent 
easy buckets, but the Klmberly 
backllne kept fouling, sending the 
slanky sophomore to the line. He . 
"~ftlt Kcvtil uf nlm; in Uielimrhtl 
minutes to secure the victory. - 

"Roy's the one to go to when 
you're In trouble," Murtaugh ' 
-Coach Jim Anderson said. "Heand . 
Paul Graff did a super job tonight 
to keep us In the game. Those two 
together are something else. But 
they got carried away In- the physi- 
cal game and had to sit the last 7 
minutesout." 



conference standings with Glenns 
Ferry, to 9-4 overall. Murtaugh ups 

it record to 8-5. - — 

"I got a little scared there when 
we only had four players left on the 
court. I knew "we were in trouble," 
Anderson -said. "But ' the kids 
played a solid game on both ends of 
the court. I'm very happy with the 

iywt! playetf tcntght^ 

Five players fouled out and 52- 
fouls were called in the 32-mlnute 
fiasco that seesawed back and 
forth. 

Klmberly, which- played even - 
with the Red Devils in the first 
hair, went in spurts 1 and 
Andserson's group catpltallzed to 
stretch It's lead, during those 
times. —»■* 



"We weren't very consistent at 
all tonight. Especially on defense," 
said Klmberly Coach Rich 
Thompson. "We broke down a few 
times In the second half and they 
broke away with the fast break to 
pull ahead. And with Nebeker 
driving the baseline and shooting 
free throws all night, it was too 
much for us to overcome." 

Klmberly also had a numerous 
opportunities to win the game at 
the line. But, unlike Nebeker and 
the rest of the Red Devils, It was 

unableto connect. 

We shot really poor from the"" 
line," and. that made' things a lot 
worse," Thompson-saidr-^Wfthave- 
a lot to work on next week." 

Klmberly hosts Shoshone tonight 
in Canyon action. Murtaugh will 
host Magic Valley leader 
Hagerman Tuesday. 



Gunnell 4 3-3 11. Grail SHOW. Bwilre 11 1-2 
3. Slevm I 0-0 3, Mtuncr0 24 2, Nrbcktr 8 
13-lSa.TotiU2027-H«7. 
KIMBERLY 181)' 

Crothen 3 1-S 9. Easley 0 0-20, Kllrr 1 2-3 It;' 
- Ihjfcoftb ( 2-10 10, Ovencri 1 2-3 4, Parmer i 
l-31t.WrlgtltS3-41J.Totall2413-3181. 

Murtaugh ..." 11 14 11 12 — 87 

Klmberly 11 12 13 20 - 81 

Fouled out-Eller, Wrlgh!. Gunnell, Graff, 
Nebeker. Total (ouls-Murtiugh 27, Klmberly 



Time 
to 

pick 

Top prep gridder 
facing choices 1 - 

PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Thoughtful 
Bill Fxallc, the veritable flower of 
young American manhood, sat by a 
table, his massive thighs threatening 
to bulge right out of his jeans. 

The muscular 6-foot-5, 262-pound 
senior at Penn Hills High School in a 
middle-class Pittsburgh suburb Is 
being called the nation's best high 
school football player. That puts him 
high up the ladder of the American 
dream, along with Miss Teen-Age 
America,' "Brooke Shields and few 
other pubescent youths. 

And, yes, football hero Frallc does 
get along "with most of the girls at 
schobP 1 Tdoairfigfirr' 

His football coach, Andy Urbanlc; 
calls him quiet, low-keyed, "very 
mature" and a natural leader by 
example. 

"He's the best lineman I've ever 
seen," said Urbanic. "For him the 
sky's_the limit. He has an ideal 
attitude, handles himself well and has 
the proper perspective." 

In a high school office, the offensive 
and defensive tackle and B student 
filled up an extremely large orange 
sweatshirt bearing the word . 
"Miami." 

He got the shirt on a trip the 
previous weekend to the University of 
Miami, Fla., one of six schools left of 
the hundreds who wanted him. He 
says he'll attend either Pitt, Penn 
State or Ohio State ("they're obvious 
because they're close"), UCLA or 
Miami ("mainly" because of the 
climate") or Notre Dame t"]ust 
because It's Notre Dame." ) 

A week earlier the barltonervolced 
Frallc was In Washington to receive 
an award as the top male high school 
athlete of the year, won last year by 
super running back Herschel Walker 
of Georgia. He, was atop Parade 
Magazine's list of scholastic football 
All-Americas. 

He's also visited Pitt and says he 
will make the four remaining college 
..visits on weekends before the Feb. IB 
national letter-of-lntent day, but he's 
"not even leaning toward one school." 
He said, "I've only seen two schools 
and I'm already confused." 

And while he wants to play pro- 
fessional football before becoming a 
strength coach or businessman, he 
sometimes Is bothered by the violent 
nature of football and wrestling. He 
also was runner-up for the state 
heavyweight wrestling title last year 
and is going for the top again this 
season. 

' He said it's rough to watch a player 
Incapacitated "because you've gone 
through It yourself." As he spoke, his 
groin and shoulder were sore; his 
worst football injuries have been 
breaks of an arm and an ankle. 

"Football's cruel sometimes, but 
when you're out there playing, you go 
after people to hurt them," he said. 
"Not to be cheap; but everybody who 
plays football will tell you you've got 
to have those kind of instincts. 

Like the beauty cueen tired 0/ 
people seeing only her looks, the polite 
but direct behemoth sometimes tires 
of similar reactions to his massive 
appearance. 

A l guess at first people see me and 
think I'm a big Jock, a typical Jock," 
_he said. "But everybody's different. I 
don't look at myself like that. I have 
feelings, too, and I care about people, 
-^htrthing that-means-lhe-mosHo-r.c 
is my family and friends." 

He says is most proud of being, 
named the country's best football 
player, and then of his team's three 
Western Pennsylvania champi- 
onships 1977-79. 
■ - ri &utas rn 

best football player," Frallc said. 

"(That award) Is like a dream come 
-Jruc. Hflw many people get to live out 
-your dreams, you know?" 

The award Is sponsored by: Dial 
"Soap. 

He siiys he wants to play offense In 
college because he's better at it and 
there ts less chance of being hurt. He 
says the recruiters te\l him he ,can" 
play anywhere he wants. 



8-2Tlmoa-News. Twin Fulls, Idaho Saturday, January 31, 1861 



Jerome girls favored in A-2 cage tourney 



By MIKE PRATER 
Times-News sports writer 



JEROME — Jerome girls basketball Coach Jim 
Stauffer has been walking around with a grin on his 

\ (ace the past week — andforagoodreason. 
' Head coaches from Buhl and Wood River, along 

. with Stauffer, point their fingers at the Tigers to 
capture the state berth at stake when the Fourth 
District A-2 Girls. Basketball Tournament opens 
tonight at Jerome High. 

The Tigers have never been to a state girls 
basketball tournamemV but with the talents of 5-10 . 
junior forward Jenlse VanderVegt-on hand, Stauffer 
Is looking forward to making the long-awaited trip - 
this year. ' 

- VanderVegt, the teams' leading scorer and top 
rebounder, leads a group that ranks as one of the 
tallest A-2 girls basketball squads In Idaho. 
. With an average height of nearly 5-10, Jerome Is 
sure-to-cauoe dfstiict-foes-Buhl-and- Wood -River * 
problems during the tournament. 
' First-round action begins with Buhl and Wood River 
colliding tonight at 8. The winner will advance to the 
second game Monday with Jerome, which drew a 




(virls 
. ^District 



First Round 
Today's Came 
at Jerome . , 

1 p.m. - Wood River ( 10-3) vi. Buhl !M» I 
Monday 1 . Game 
6pm.- Jerome ( 12-7) vs. Wood Itivrr-DuM winner. 



, first-round bye by right of a coin flip. 

' The losers of the first two games will meet Tuesday 
night in an elimination contest. That winner must 
knock off the winner of Monday night's game 



Wednesday night and Thursday night to qualify for" 
the state tournament. AH games begin at 8, following 
a junior varsity game set each night for6:M. 

Stauffer feels It's just a matter of time before his 
Tigers can claim the district trophy for the first time 
In the school's history. 

"If I had to pick anyone, it would be us for a number 
of reasons," Stauffer said while preparing his unit for 
It final regular season game against Caldwell Friday 
night. "We*vc played games right up until the 
tournament and we'll still have the touch when game 
tlmerollsaround. 

"We'll also have the home court advantage and not 
to mention Jenlse," he said. 

Buhl Coach Janet Smutney and Wood River skipper 
Terry Tracy both agree the road to success in the 
tournament goes through VanderVegt and the ability 
tostopherfromperformingfortheTlgers. ' , , 

"Sure, definitely you have to stop VanderVegt to 
stop Jerome," Tracy, who coached the Wolverines to 
the state tournament last year, sai d. "T he only way 
you can stop her is deny her the balfwTfh defenses. Jf . 
you don't she can single handldly tear you apart. She ' 
carriesthewholeteam. 

"I think VanderVegt is the key to Jerome's 
success," Smutneysald. "You have to work very hard 



to make sure she's not going to get the ball or she will 
beat you. But I don't think she's the whole team. 
They've got some height over there that's pretty 
tough to beat." 

. Jerome's two guards - 5-9 junior Marge Marshal 
and 5-8 junior Vlcki Winder — are either Just as tall or 
taller than each member of Buhl and Wood River's 
team. 1 ' " 

Buhl's tallest Is 5-8 sophomore Karl Easton, who is 
playing In her first district tournament. Wood River's 
Is 5-8 senior center Liz Lee and 5-6 senior forward 
Pam Peterson. 

Jerome has defeated Buhl twice this year - 52-27 
and 35-31 - and the Tigers split with the Wolverines. 
Wood River won the first' game 36-31 and Jerome 
came back to take the second 48-33. 

But Stauffer agrees the tournament presents a 
different situation. 

"You can't overlook any team In a district 
tournament. They bring out the best In teams that 
_Myen;t popped. out during. the regular season," he_ 
said. "We play Caldwell tonight (Friday) and'lf we 
can pick up a win there, it will really help our morale. 

"But with all the things going for this team and the 
ability we possess, I don't see any reason why we 
can't make a trip to the state tournament." 



Buhl tops Burley in OT 



BURLEY - Markfttoly and Rory 
flichenson came up with critical 
. overtime points Saturday night to 
spark the Buhl Indians past the 
Burley Bobcats 50-H. 

Lively broke the final tie of the 
game at 44-42 with his 15th pqlnt of the 
encounter and, following a Burley 
turnover, Rlchesan fluffed six 
straight free throws, the third and 
fouth with 26 seconds left to take the 
Indians Into a four-point advantage. 
He added two more just before the 
buzzer. •> 

Neither team found a tempo In the 
game — the first meeting of the two 
this season. And for the most part it 
was a slow-paced affair with modest 
shooting percentages. 

Buhl, down in the third quarter, hit 
six straight points to' bring the game 
back to Its usual two or three-point 
difference and took the lead for keeps 
on a Rlchesorr jumper wtth*2: 15 left In 
the contest. 

. A couple of Burley turnovers kept 
Buhl In Its delay game for nearly the 
next two minutes and with 26 seconds 
left, Doug Walker hit the first of a 

-one-and-one-free-throw-sttuationrBut— 
he missed the second and Burley took 
It downcoiirt for Its last chance. The 
shot missed but with ' six seconds 
remaining Tim Knight tailed It back 
through to bringon the overtime. 
Rlcheson opened the overtime with 

Jwo charities but sophomore Randy 



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Fuell scored seven of his 13 in the 
second period. 

Scott Exon led all scorers with 23 for 
Richfield. The Tigers were hampered 
by flu problems. * 

The junior varsity verdict went to 
Hagerman, 42-20. 

Richfield, 4-8 overall and 3-1 tn the 
Northslde Conference, will host Carey 
tonight in a league game. Hagerman 
is Idle until next week. 



Filer 61, 
Shoshone 46 

SHOSHONE - Jeff Brewster 
dumped In 16 points to lead the Flier 
Wildcats past Shoshone 61-46 In a 
Canyon Conference battle Friday 
night. 

The Wildcats came out ready to 
play in the first half and outscored the 
Indians 34-14. The final half was no 
different as Flier outscored the host 

e K I !m Duf'fin led Shoshone In scoring Oakley 56, 
wltli 15 points and Scott Peterson RaftRiver45 
dumped in 10 more in a losing cause. 

Filer, 7-6 overall and 7-3 in league OAKLEY -r_ Oakley used 
.play, iiosts the Wendell Trojans-lo- — halancrri scoring-attack- In-all-four 
night. Shoshone, 5-9 overall and 4-6 in quarters to take a 56-45 upset decision 



HAGERMAN (O) 

Jor>«7S-5 17. Owsley 6 M 12. Kuril g w u, Jay t 
M 11 MeFa.den 3 1-17. Barrett 1 2A 6. Gilford a 
21 14, Johriwnl 0-02. lioit] Ml. Totals 13 9-tSis. 
RICHFIELD 1 11 1 

S. Esonlo 3-i 23. Sllrton 2 1-2 3, KinR 2 1-2 5, 
Norman S 0-2 10, 1) Exon 6 1-1 13. Rogers 1 H - 
Totals 24 9-16 61. 

Hagerraan ji j| is 17 - B5 

Richrwd .. .-. m i6 ft a - «i 

Fouled out-Sllrlon Total [ouli-HaRerman 15, 
Richfield IS, 



Canyon action, travels to Klmberly to 
take on the Bulldogs tonight. 

The Filer Jayvees defeated ' 
Shoshone in the preliminary contest. 



FILER 1 61) 

,>!.- — iv... ..w «(..•*>...».*. .._„ UJ . Jone* 3 W I, Vlppermtn 4 04 1, Cuter I M 
Autln pulled Burley back into a tie j Tudor l 1-4 J.. Wright ft M 12, Relnie 4 l-l 

with 1:28 left. Lively then slipped -rewtertwiiTouuNii-iftii. 
inside for the go-ahead points and 
Rlcheson nailed It down from the line 
after that. 

The first half was a see-saw affair 
with Lively hitting two quick buckets 
midway through the second period for 



SHOSHONE (U) 

Peterson 3 4 3 to. Aitie i o-o s. Niihimolo 1 1-is. 
DulJInlHOlH.IUntslM*. WarblsJWft.Totall 
I81S-1I46. 

FUtT 1ft II II 14 - tl 

SbotbOM • I It 14-46 

Fouled out-DuMn. 'Total fouls-Filer 19, 
ShaihoiwU. 



a 19-15 Buhl lead, only to see Burley 
rally back for a 21-19 advantage. Tim 
Hamilton's follow shot at the buzzer 
tied it at Intermission. 

Buhl also took the sophomore game 
65-52. 

BUHL (SOI 

Rlcheson S M 14. Walser 1 1-2 S. Pierce I 12.. 
Povalawssi 1 00 2, Hamilton IMI.M. Lively 6 3 J 
15,Care!lMl.ToUlsiBlS-l9SO 
BURLEY (44) 

Wltson 2 0-0 1. Knight 3 S-ll 12. Austin 4 3-5 11. 
Turner S 1-3 II, Keleher I 2-2 6, Krleger 0 0-1 0. 
Totals 16 12-22*4 

Buhl 11 10 II ■ 10-44 

Burley 12 9 I 11 4 - 44 

Fouled out -Wilson. Total rouls-Buhl It, Burley 

IS. 

Bliss 60, 
Carey 47 

BLISS - Danny Coates scored 22 
points and Jay Halnllne added 19 
more as the Bliss Bears smothered 
Carey 60-47 In a Northslde Conference 
contest Friday night. 

Coates was blazing from the field 
converting on 63 percent of his shots 
while Halnllne hit 53 percent from the 
outside. 

Bliss went into the locker room at 
halftfme holding down a comfortable 
35-19 lead and It never looked back 
from there: 

Carey was led in scoring by Troy 
Murray who hit 13 points In a losing 
cause." 

"Overall we shot real well from the 
field and, the reason for that Is we 
moved the ball around very; well," „ 
Bliss Coach Jerry Couch said. "Our tiagerman 85, 
field goal shooting more than made up Pirhfiolrl A 1 
fortheirreboundlngadvantage." *»«-«jieiu cm 

Bliss, 8-4 overall and 5-1 in league 
action, travels to Dietrich to take on 
the Blue Devils Tuesday night. Carey, 
3-8 overall and 1-6 in conference play, 
travels to Oakley tonight. 



Wendell 52, 
Declo45 

WENDELL - Wendell had three 
players reach double figures as the 
Trojans slipped past Declo 52-45 in 
Canyon Conference play Friday night. 

Steve Luttmer had 14 points for 
Wendell and Gary Ferrenburg and 
Mitch Swanson each chipped in 13 to 
atd in the victory. . 

Wendell, after a slow first period, 
outscored the Hornets In the second 
period 18-14 to take a 26-20 halftlme 
lead. The Trojans outscored Declo 
26-25 in the final half. 

LaMont Kowitz led Declo In scoring 
with 14 points. 

- Wendell, 5-a overall and 4* in"con- 
ference play, travels to Filer to take 
on the Wildcats tonight. Declo. 3-12 
overall and 2-8 In league action, hosts 
the Gooding Senators tonight. 
; DeclodefeatedWendellTnthejunlor 
varsity shoot-out 91-87. 



DECLO (43) 

Morrison 1 04 (, Adams 4 0-0 B, Lewis 0 2-1 2. 
Smyer 2 5-8 9, Kowit- 6 2-4 14, Asber 4 0-0 ft. Totals 

IB 9-14 4S. 

WENDELL (SI) 

Scott Luttmer 1 1-4 7. McCord 0 0-30, Swanson 6 
1-1 13, Steve Luttmer 5 4-ft 14, Ferrtoburg 1 7-9 11. 

Davis 1 1-4 5. Totals 12 14-30 52. - 

Declo « h H 11-45 

Wendell S 16 9 17 - 52 

Fouled out -Morrison, Lewis, Kowlti.' Tolal 
louls-Deelo 27, Wendell 13. 



CAREY 147) 

Murray 6 l-S 13. Stewart 1 3-1 5. Tlngey 15-6 I], 
Holfstetier 1 <W) 1, Dllworth 1 1-4 1, Conrad 2 0-0 4, 
TunwrlO-l 4. Totals 16 11-2247 
BUSS (60) 

H^McySO-2tO,Coalesl02-323;ifalnllne63Hl9, 
Kast 0 1-2 1. Plltman 2044, Jay 20-1 i, PwltchcllO 
0-20. Totals 17 ft-1460 

Carey ll 6 14 14 - 47 

-Blltt— .-.iTni... -lft._U-lf.-13.- 60 

Fouled O-I-Slores. Total fouls-Carey 17, Bliss 



RICHFIELD - Each player in 
Hagerman's starting unit hit double 
figures Friday night as the Pirates 
defeated Richfield 85-61 in non- 
conference cage action. 

The Pirates held a solid 21-10 lead 
after one period and mushroomed 
that to a 52-26 halftlme bulge wlth a 
31-polnt second quarter. 

The Pirates had a big height 
advantage over the Tigers and limited 
the hosts to less than 10 defensive 
rebounds. 

Eric Jones had 10 of his 17 points In 
the second perl-d"and"fintshed^arthe— 
leading scorer for the Pirates. Brian 



over Raft River Friday night. 

Martin Warr led the way for the 
Hornets pouring in 18 points. Mark 
Cranney and Rex Tolman each added 
12 more. ■■ 

Oakley, took a comfortable 29-17 
halftlme lead and was outscored by 
the Trojans 2B-27 In the final half. 

RaR River was lead In scoring by 
Jeff Wallace who dumped 18points. 

OaWey, 6-9 overall and 3-4 In Magic 
Valley conference action, hosts Carey 
tonight. Raft River, 10-7 overall and 
5-4 in league play, hosts the Mlnico 
jayvees Wednesday night. 

Oakley made it a sweep-by taking a 
44-42 decision over the Trojans in the 

preliminary battle. 

RAFT RIVER 1(5) 

Meeham 2 1-3 5. Udy 2 O-o 4, Wallace 6 W 16. 
Ericsson 1 1-4 3, Jones! 0-1, H,alon 1 1-27. Totals 
U 9-17 45. 
OAKLEY (14) 
Adams 3 M.J. Brtke 1 M 2. Cranney 6 0-0 12. 
' Totman S 2-2 12. Warr S 2-1 IB, Johnson I 2-1 4. 
Totals 24 6-H5S. 

RaflRlver g g is 12-454 

OaUey 11 14 10 17 - J6 

Fouled out-none. Total fouls-Halt River 13. 
OaUey 12. 

Gooding 51, 
Valley 48 

GOODING - Brett Legarreta and 
Ben Ryan combined for 26 points 
Friday night and Gooding held off 
Valley for a 51-48 Canyon Conference 
triumph, 

The Senators took a 16-5 lead at the 
end of the first period, thanks to some 
hot shooting; 
""".Gooding kept the lead and entered 
the final quarter with a 43-31 margin 
before Valley went to its press in 
Hopes of a comeback. 

The Vikings narrowed the gap to 
three, but couldn't come any closer. 
Gooding had some reserves in the 
game near the end, but averted the 
Vikings until the clock ran out. 

Legarreta had all 12o[ hits points In 
the first half and Ryan netted 14 as 
Gooding moved to 6-8 overall and 5-4 
in the Canyon before tonight's visit to 
Declo for another league game. 

Valley was paced by 19 points from''' 
Doug Schwarz. The Vikings are 4-10 
for the entire campaign and 2-3 in the 
loop. Valley hosts Glenns Ferry to- 
night. 

Volley won Friday's junior varsity 
game, 59-53. 

VALLEY 14! > 

Tllley I 0-0 2. Sch-ari ft 34 19. Mclealf 5 2-4 13, 
Blacker 1 2-3 1, Taylor 2 2-2 6, Gardner 2 1-2 S. 
Totals 19 10-17U. 
GOODING (SI) 

B. LtRarrcta 6 0-1 12, Ryan 4 3-1 14, Shaw 0 2-2 2, 
Hamilton 1 <H) 2. Weaver 10-2 1, M. Legarreta 3 1-2 
7.Ttn_er0(-7«,Chr„toph 1 2-2 t.Tolals 53 11-1851. 

Valley s II 11 17 - U 

Gooding ..„ 1111 „ 16 15 12 

Foulcti out- 
tag IS, 




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NBA 

MacLeod plans on fun in all-star game 



RICHFIELD, Ohio (UPI) - This may be John 
MacLeod's first try at coaching a team, full of NBA 
All-Stars, but he's got the right approach. 

"This Is just a fun game," the Phoenix coach said 
F: Iday while waiting [or his players to fly into Cleveland 
for Sunday's All-Star game. "As far as preparation goes, 
you can't make any for this game. 

"If a guy wants to go one-on-one and put a good move on 
somebody, that's part of the game. The players don't need 
any plays or structure. 1 think It's a great opportunity." 

Sunday's game will be strictly a fans' show — The 
Doctor going airborne at the foul line and slamming home 
a '360' over Adrian Danttey, Special K rejecting shots left 
and right, behind-lhe-back passes from Tiny and The Bird 
.1- and no worries about getting back on defense, running 
precise patterns or movement away from the ball. 

MacLeod's happy about getting the chance to coach in 
the game, but he doesn't take all the credit for himself. 

"It's a great honor to coach in this game, but I wouldn't 
be able to get there if my bail club.didn't have the best 
record tn the West to give me the opportunity," he said. 

The Suns have won 41 games, more than any team 
except Philadelphia and Boston, but he still thinks there is 
room for Improvement. 

"Almost all of our guys are having good years at the 
same time." he said, "but we need to do some things 



better between now and the end of the season." 
MacLeod will have a veteran team to coaqh. There are 
' no first-time All-Stars on his squad as opposed to three — 
Cleveland's Mike Mitchell, Chicago's Reggie Theus and 
.Boston's Robert Parish - on the East team. 

This will be the 10th appearance for the Lakers' Kareem 
Abdul -Jabbar, while Paul Westphal of Seattle and George 
Gervin of San Antonio have each been In four games prior 
. to this year. 

The East, though, has only two players with four years 
experience in the game - Julius Ervlng and Nate 
Archibald. 

Mitchell, who was Just named to the team Thursday, 
spent Friday celebrating. 

He' was at the Coliseum Thursday,. preparing for the 
• game that night against MacLeod's Suns, when he got the 
call from NBA Commissioner Larry O'Brien. 

"When Paul (Splcuzza, the team's trainer) told me I 
had a phone call upstairs, I ran up to the office and 
suddenly, Mr. O'Brien was on the other end," said 
Mitchell. "When he gave me the news, I said, 'Fine thank 
you, I'm proud to play on the team.'" 

He then phoned his wife Diane to tell her. 

"She got so excited she dropped the phone. 1 think she 
.started screaming and ran out Into the street or some- 
thing," ■ r 



^□TaTr5uTi^aTO^6rCrjrjtr- 



Wa lton ha s surgery; career appears done 



Caldwell's fourth s poils Jerome's finale 



JEROME - Caldwell outscored' 
Jerome 17-7 In the final eight minutes 
to spoil Jerome's regular season f ina- 
_le, 41-35, Friday night.. 

Vlcki Slnlnganl, who had 22 points, 
sparked the drive that saw the 
Cougars overcome a 28-24 third- 
period deficit 

Jerome opens Its district-tourna- 
ment Monday when Jts- play the 
winner of tonight's Buhl-Wood. River 
-contest. 



"We lost the game at. the line. We 
.had several opportunities to win the 
closing minutes, but we missed to 
many free throws,-- Jerome Coach 
Jim Stauffer Said." 

Jerome went 13-23 from the line for 
57 percent. Caldwell went 11-16 In the 
winning effort. 

Jerome ends Its regular season at 
12-7. 

Jerome savored part of the night 
with a 28-14 win over the younger 



Cougars for a 17-2 Junior varsity 
f record. 

CALDWELL (11 ) _ _ ^ 

', Hurley 12-3 i, Baxter 20-04, Vlrtl Slninganl t M 
22, Palrang 3 1-3 5, Hoberge 3 1-2 6. Totals IS 1 1 - IS 

JEROUE (S3) ' 

Marshal 1 6-6 |0.- VanderVeet 2 2.2 ft. Moydy 1 3-7 
6. Hostnan 2 MS, Winder 3 0-0 ft' Totals tl IW3 3S 

dUJwell j ,ii j 17 — 41 

-tromo ) ii 7 7 — 35 

Fouled out-Bailer, Moody. Total loulsrr- 
CaldwellW, JeromeM. ~ 



SAN DIEGO (UPI) - Bill Walton has undergone 
surgery to relieve the pain in his thrice fractured left Toot, 
but his personal doctor, the San Diego Clippers and Lloyds 
of Ixndon_all belle ve^theNBA's one-time MV P will never 

p. ay p. O.CCOiCriui u__n_i_nn again. . 

The Clippers said Walton underwent a two-hour opera- 
tion Thursday at Daniel Freeman Hospital In Inglcwood. 
The surgery was performed by "Walton's personal 
- physlcan, Dr. Tony Daly. 

"The sole objective of the procedure was" to relieve the 
pain In his left foot," the Clippers said in a statement. "It 
was neither the anticipation of the doctors at the time of' 
the. surgery, nor Is it their conclusion now, that Bill will 
ever return to a competitive professional basketball 
career." 

Clipper attorney Stu Benjamin added that Daly "has 
totally given up on Bill's ability to play basketball again." - 



The San Diego Union reported that Lloyds or London - 
the British- Insurance with which the Clippers insured 
Walton for 11.25 million-— also has concluded that the 
7-foot center will never play again. 



"Tire newspaper bulti'W-lton was examined by Dr. Todd' 
Grant, a Los Angeles orthopedist commissioned by 
Lloyds, who reported to the company that Walton's 
professional career was over. - 
' Walton, who was signed by the Clippers to a $7 million, 
seven-year contract In 1978, has played little with the club 
because of Is long-a!llhg foot. 

He has been in constant discomfort since refra'cturlrig 
his foot a third time four months ago. The pain reportedly 
is the result of the cumulative effect of the fractures In the 
tarsal navicular bone. 

Earlier this week, Walton sued his former team, the 
Portland Trail Blazers and 21 doctors (or J5 million In 
damages over the broken foot. - 



Briefly in sports 



KEEP to join Idaho basketball network 

TWIN FALLS - Twin Falls radio station KEEP will Join the 
University of Idaho Vandal basketball network starting Friday 
night, announces station Manager Dave Capps. 

Capps said the move Is In response to strong and persistent 
urging from area Idaho boosters whose team Is enjoying Its best * 
success ever. The Vandals, currently in a three-way tie for the Big 
Sky Conference basketball lead and boasting a 17-2 record overall, 
will visit Idaho State and Weber State next Friday and Saturday. 

Bogus Basin trims ski hours 

BOISE (UPI) - Bogus Basin near Boise has trimmed back its 
hours of ski operation to save money because of the poor early 
_ -seasonsnowcondltlons. , t 
*" The area will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through 
Friday Instead of 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. On weekends Bogus will 
continue to operate from 9a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Mark Stiegemeier, spokesman for the non-profit ski area, said 
cutting one hour a day during the week will save an estimated 
$7,000 Tn salary and power costs. He said the changes were made to 
offset losses incurred when the area was closed for several weeks 
this month because of lack of snow. 

Twin Falls bowler 15th in PBA event 

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (UPI) - Richar'd Martinz, a lef- 
thander from Yuba City, Calif., took an 86-pln lead Friday after 

five rounds of the Jij^poo.Te^as.slop on.thfLProfessJonaLBowlers 

Association tour. 

Twin Fallks bowler Jerry Miller finished 15th In the event after 
completing his final round Friday night. Miller's final pin total 
wasn't available, but It was reported he picked up a check for 12,000 
— his first money on the tour. 

Martinez, who was never below fourth place in the.standlngs . 
through the first four rounds, won all but two matches in the fifth 
round while averaging 221 for eight games. His total is 8,053. 

Marshall Holman of Medford, Ore., took a 36-pln lead into the 
round and averaged Just as much as Martinez, but lost six out of 
eight matches to fall to second place with 7 .967. 

Phil Mahre fifth in World Cup trial 

- ST. ANTON, Austria (UPI) - American Phil Mahre finished a 
remarkable fifth Friday in the last trial for Saturday's World Cup 
downhll ski race. 
Austrlans posted three of the top five fastest times. 
"I like this course," Mahre said. "It's more like a giant slalom 
and I think It should be no problem to crack the top three In the 
race." 

Mahre, ninth in a World Cup downhill on the demanding Streif 
track at Kitzbuehel two weeks ago, said, "I have to collect as many 
World Cup points as possible if I want to challenege Stenmark for 
the World Cup trophy." 

Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden, who enterted the downhill at 
Kitzbuehel In an effort to get additional World Cup points from the 
alpine combined, said he will not take paxtln the downhill here. 

The best results in the last trial run Friday were turned in by 
Austrlans Peter Wlrnsberger and Gerhard Pfaffenblchler, who 
covered the 3,550 meter long track with a drop of 996 meters In 
2:01.06 and2:01.23, resepectlvely. 
.' Tonl Buergler of Switzerland was third in 2:01.43, Harti 
Welrather of Austria fourth In2:01.59 and Mahre fifth in 2:02.01. 

Record number competing at Daytona 

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. ( UPI ) - A record field of 97 cars is set 
to take the starter's flag today for the 24-Hour Challenge race at ' 
Daytona International Speedway. 

In the pole position will be German driver Rolf Stommelen, who 
paced quallfcrs Thursd ay in a_Porsche_turbo.With.a.l34.07a_ml!e. . 



an~a~hour clocking on a crowded trajtk-. Stommelen says the pole 
Isn't much of an advantage In a 24-hour race. 

A co-winner last year. Stommelen has switched teams and will be 
driving Saturday with Harald Grohs and Howard Melster, Track 
. watchers say their pit work is suspect, but still place the team 
among the top contenders. ,. ' 

The team of Relnhold Joest, Volkert Mcrl and Jochen Mass are 
the pr'e-race favorites. Mass, a regular on the Formula One Circuit, 
Is the newcomer of the group, replacing stommelen, and showed 
^what he could do by turning a 130.249 mph qualifying run that was 
good enough for fourth position. Like the Stommelen team, the trio 
will oe In a Porsche turbo, one of 15 entered In the race. 

Ferragamo on Canadian football list 

TORONTO (UPI) - Los Angeles Rams' quarterback Vlnce 
Ferragamo was among the National Football League stars who all 
but filled the Canadian Football League's confidential negotiation 
lists published Friday by a Toronto newspaper. 

The lists, highlighted by the names of quarterbacks, running 
backs and defensive halfbacks from south of the border, give the 
nine clubs exclusive CFL rights to negotiate contracts with 
protected players. 

The Globe and Mall said that in addition to Ferragamo, the 
Hamilton Tiger-Cats have listed quarterback Neil Lomax from 
Portland State and quarterback Rick Trocano from the University 
of Pittsburgh as high-rated prospects. 

Each club can list 20 players, but the names of those who have 
played out their CFL options and moved to the NFL are 
automatically included and may push the number over 20. 

The clubs do not publicly divulge the lists, but the newspaper said 
It obtained the lists filed with CFL headquarters Thursday. The 
Globe said there would be no significant changes for the rest of the 
offseason. 

■ Two top prospects on the Ottawa Rough Riders' list were 
quarterback J.C. Watts and running back David Overstreet, both 
from the University of Oaklahoma. 

Cards ink pacts with 13 players 

ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Thirteen more players - including Inflelder 
Ken Oberkfell and pitchers Silvio Martinez, Larry Sorenson and 
Bob Shirley — have come to contract terms with the St. Louis 
Cardinals. 

,Whltey Herzog, manager and general manager, said Friday the 
slgnlngs bring to 23 the number of players under contract for the 
1981 season. 

Also signing contracts or agreeing to terms were pitchers George 
Frazler, John Fulgham, John Stupor and Bob Sykes; catcher Glenn 
Brummer; Inflelders Mike Calise and Mike Ramsey, and out- 
fielders Dane lorg and Gene Roof. 

Terms of the contracts were not disclosed. 

Previously signed for this year or under long-term contracts are 
pitchers Bruce Sutter, Bob Forsch, Jim Kaat and Mark Llttell; 
• catchers Darrell Porter and Gene Tenace; Inflelders Keith 
Hernandez and Garry Templeton, and outfielders George Hendrick 
and Slxto Lezcano. 

Ott to swing bat for charity in 1981 

PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Pittsburgh Pirates catcher' Ed Ott 
literally will be swinging the bat for the sake of charity throughout 
the 1981 season. 

Ott said Thursday he was pledging $5 for each hit, $5 for each run 
batted In and $50 for each home run he gets this year to be shared 
. equally by two charities, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and : 
the Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Lehigh County, Pa. 

"I have-always been Interested In youngsters and I. feel the 
Muscular Dystrophy Association and Big Brothers-Big Sisters of 
Lehigh County, where I live In the off-seassn, both serve needy 
children," Ott said In a statement released by the Pirates. < 

"I know there are many other ballplayers throughout the major 
leagues who would do the same for their own charities, and I 
challenge them to do so." 

Nigerian's eligibility questioned 

HOUSTON (UPI) - University of Houston officials will ask the 
■ NCAA to allow a 6-foot-ll Nigerian teen-ager, sidelined for the 
season because questions concerning his eligibility might jeopar- _ ., 
dlze the team's standing, four years eligibility despite his having 
practiced with the team earlier this month. 

Head Coach Guy Lewis expressed mixed feelings about the 
— d^3)on^M!deHr.e^Mrj^Abdu!-G!a]uwc 

"Akeem the Dream," who was Included In a team picture taken 
Jan. 14 but who never played in a game. 

"I felt like we could use him right now," Lewis said Thursday. 

Athletic Director Dr. Cedrlc Dempsey said, "All other questions 
('except the practice situation) concerning his eligibility appar- 
ently nave been resolved." 

Officials were concerned about the legality of the athletic 
department housing Olajuwoa In' a school dormitory from his , 
arrival In the United States' In October until his enrollment this 
month. Southwest Conference officials will be asked to rule on the 
question before Olajuwoa ever plays. 



Saturdav. January 31. 1981 Times-Nows, Twin Falls, Idaho B-3 




Kathy Crosby and starter Milt Gabbs check the rain at Cypress Point. The tourney was washed out for the second day 

No Crosby? 

Hail, rain delay tourney again; weather may force cancellation 



PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (UP!) — More rain and 
a hail storm hit the Monterey Peninsula Friday 
morning, pushing back the start of the Blng Crosby 
"National Pro-Am to today and reducing the 
tournament to a 54-hole event. 

No thought-was given to extending the tourna- 
ment to a Tuesday finish, according to PGA Tour 
deputy commissloncrj:i^de_Mang]JnvJiecaiis 1 e_it_ 
would threaten the next event on the Tour — the 
San Diego Open, which starts on Thursday: 

Qualifying for non-exempt players hoping to play 
at San Diego already has been changed from 
Monday to Tuesday. 

Thus, weather permitting, this year's Crosby will 
end on Monday and the winner will receive $40,500 
instead of $54,000. But the money won will count on 

the official list and the victory will count as official, 
too. 



The Crosby-will be televised today and Sunday. 
The Crosby Is the top-rated tournament of those 
shown on television. 

The Crosby has been plagued by poor weather In 
the past but that has servedas-a publicity vehicle 
rather than as a drawback. People usually flock to 
the Monterey Peninsula for the tournament witli_ 
-twirsefrof cfothes---raln gear and warm weather 
apparel. 

The last time the Crosby lost a day to ihaSveaUier 
was in 197a with the tournament concluding on 
Monday as a 72-hoIe event. In 1974, it also went to 
Monday with Johnny Miller being declared the 

winner after h holes. Previously, the event has lost 

days to snow, hall and wind as well as rain. 

Flooded bunkers after three days of rain forced 
the postponement of the start of the Crosby on 



Thursday. It had been hoped play could get under 
way on Friday and PGA officials were ready to 
send the field of 168 pros and 168 amateurs off the 
three courses - Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and 
Cypress Point - but a sudden ralnsquall accom- 
panied by hail' shortly before the first tee time 
made them wait an hour. 



-MangiinT^nd-hts-crevrnr^c[ea~[he three 
courses and It did not take them long to decide they 
were unplayable. 

"We found casual water in almost every 
fairway," said Mangum, "and many bunkers had 
water Intern, too." 

Mangum said that should another round be lost to 
the weather, then the tournament will become 
' unofficial and the remaining purse of 1150,000 will 
be splitequally among the 168 pros, 



Sandra Palmer takes 3-shot lead, chance for 1st win since 77 



deerfield BEACH, Fla. (UPI) - Veteran 
Sandra Palmer shot a four-under-par 69 Friday to 
build a three-stroke lead" -midway through the 
$100,000 Deer Creek Classic golf tournament. 

Palmer, who led by one after an opening round 
66, moved to a 36-hoIe total of 135 in "the opening 
tournament on the LPGA tour. That put her three 
strokes ahead of Janet Coles, who fired a 
three-under-par 70 for a 138 total. 

Defending champion JoAnne Carner, tied for 
second after the first round, fell back with a 72 for 
139 and a share oflhlrd with Carolyn Hill. 

"It's a good feeling to be In control for two days," ' 
said Palmer, 39, the LPGA's player of the year in 
1975 and a non-winner since 1977. 



. "As the tournament progresses, concentration 
becomes more difficult, but you can't let the 
situation overrule you. It was wet this morning, but 
the wind picked up a little on the second nine " 

Palmer played 28 holes before making her first 
and only bogey so far, at the 475-yard second-hole, 
her llth. 

"I hooked my drive into the worst possible spot 
in a clump of trees, had to pitch out and lay up," she 
said. "Then I hit a 5-wood Into the left bunker and . 
missed a five-footer for par." 

Palmer birdied three of the five holes Just before' 
that bogey on putts of 8, 4, and 15 feet at the I5th 
18th and first greens. She picked up two more 
birdies at the fourth and sixth holes. 



Coles, alifth-year player from California, got her 
round started by chipping in (or a two at the Short 
llth, her second hole. Her tee shot had stopped 
inches from where It landed on the back fringe, 30 
feet/ from the pin,. She needed to chip with a 
four-iron to get over the Indentation and the ball 
rolled Into the cup. 

/ earner lost her touch on the greens, three-putting 
once and missing three for birdies inside three feet. 

"I hit some good putts, but not at the right. 
speed,"shesald. "I needed yesterday's stroke." 

The cut to the low 70 and ties was made at 
hree-over par 149. There will be 71 players In the 
final two rounds. 



Tennis 

Fibak ends string of losses to Connors with marathon victory 



PHILADELPHIA " (UPI) 
Eighth-seeded Wojtek Fibak _o[ 
Poland broke a six-year, 0-for-9 jinx 
against Jimmy Connors Friday night, 
outlasting the top-seed, 7-6, 0-6, 6-2, to . 
advance to the semifinals of the 
$250,000 U.S. Pro Indoor Tennis 
Championships. 

Fibak, the world's . 15th-ranked 
player, overcame a stretch where he 
lost seven straight games to prevail In 
the two-hour, 35-minute marathon and 
spoil Connors' bid for a fourth straight 
U.S. Pro Indoor title and record fifth 
overall. 

With his upset win, Fibak Joined 
seventh-seeded Roscoe .Tanner and 
unseeded 17-year-old sensation 
Thierry Tulasne of France In the 
semifinals. Third-seeded , Vitas 
Gcrulaltls was to meet No. 14 Yannlck 
Noah of France late Friday night. 
. Tanner ousted Pascal Portes of 



France, 7-5. 4-6, 6-3, and Tulasne upset 
llth-seeded John Sadri. 7-6, 6-3. 
Tanner and Tulasne will meet In one 
semifinal match. _ / 

Connors, who has never fallen short 
of the finals In the'prevlous five-years 
he competed here, blew a 4-i / lead In 
the opening set and a 5-1 advantage in 
the tie-breaker against Fibak to lose 
the 85-mlnute first set, which featured 
extended baseline rallies. Connors, 
after winning 16 straight sets over 
Fibak dating back to 1975, lost the last 
six points of the tie-breaker. 

Fibak, who won over $368,000 last 
year, became erratic In the second 
set, blowing a 40-15 lead in the first 
game to lose serve. He gained only 
two more points the rest of the set as 
Connors kept, him off balance with 
deep ground strokes and a blazing 
return of serve. 

Connors won a service break In the 



Jlrst game of the deciding set but 
/Fibak got the break back In the 
second game and picked up another In 
the fourth game on one of Connors' 
many unforced errors. Connors broke 
his opponent's serve In the seventh 
game to draw within 5-2 but Fibak 
captured the set and match at love on 
Connors'" serve with the last point 
being a wide Connors' backhand. 

In a duel of serve-and-volley 
players, Tanner and Portes 
exchanged service breaks In the fifth 
and sixth games of the first set. 
Tanner's ace In the llth game gave 
him a 6-5 lead and he took the set In 
the next game when Portes double- 
faulted. 

The 21-year-old Portes, who upset 
second-seeded Harold- Solomon In 
Thursday night's third round, broke 
Tanner's serve In the first and fifth 
gomes of the second set, neutralizing 



his opponent's strongrushes to the net 
with fine passing shots as he squared 
the match. . , 

But Tanner picked up the key 
service break In [he fourth game of 
the deciding set, setting up break 
point with a volley and following with 
a crosscourt passing shot to go 'up 34. 
Portes fought off match point In the 
eighth game but Tanner wrapped it up 
In the next game with the help of his 
16th ace. 

Tulasne, the Wimbledon junior 
champion, took the first set tie-: 
breaker 7-4. over the strong-serving 
Sadri. The teen-ager reglstered the 
first servicebreak of the match In the 
second game of the second set to take" 
the advantage. In the ninth game, 
Tulasne recovered from 0-30 to 30-30 
and Sadri erred with his service 
returns on the next two points to give 
Tulasne the match 



Navratilova breezes past Smith to gain Chicago semifinals 



CHICAGO (UPI) - Three-time de- 
fending champion - Martina 
Navratilova breezed to an easy 
straight sets victory over Anne Smith 
Friday night to advance to the semlfi- 



needed only 45 minutes to eliminate nals against either top-seeded 

the unseeded Smith. . Martina Navratilova, who is seeking 

She broke Smith's service In the her fourth straight Chicago title, or 

third and fifth games of the first set A"nne Smith. Navratilova met Smith 

and turned In a service break In the . later Friday. Mandlikova will meet 



nal round of .the_1200,0O0_Chlcago openmg-gamejiLtlie_seconlseLflnd.....gotlerln the semifinals... 



Women's Tennis Championship. 
—Navratilova, the top- seed/ beat 
Smith, 6-2, 6-1, and will face third- 
seeded Wendy Turnbull In the semld- 
jifllaJDicatmlLtiefwted^iiiLSliriicr,. 
5-7, 6-3, 6-3, in an earlier quarterfinal 
match Friday. . •>■ 

The other semifinal match today 
will pit second-seeded- Hana 
Mandlikova against Barbara Potter. 
Mandlikova defeated .eight-seeded 
Sylvia HanlKa, W. 7-6, while Potter 
beat Peanut Louie, 6-2, 6-2. 

Navratilova, seeking her second 
straight pro victory on this year's 
tour, nad little trouble In defeating the 
21-year-old Smith. Navratilova 



was never headed. With Turnbull serving and holding 

^I played-beltcr.than.I expected. _ the advantage, Shriver returned the 
and Anne can play much better," said serve" which Turnbull claimed was out 
Navratilova, who has lost only eight M no call was made by the linesman. 

, games jnjbija s tjlx sets sh e .played Tumbull had time to return the bait 

at the- tournament. '.'She doesn't play ahaTan'river "won" on her return, 
well on my serve. It was good I was However, when Turnbull questioned 
abletobreakherearlylnmematch.'' ' referee, the official ruled the 



Manllkova,.who said she drank 20 
cups-of-tea'ThUrsdaylo fight off a 
lingering cold, said she felt "much 
better." 

Last week, she lost to Hanlka 6-0^ 6-1 
but-said "my-serve and movement -- 
todaywas deffntiey much better." 



The victory was Navratllova's ninth 
In 10 matches against SrrilthN 

"I think I'm serving well and play- 
ing solid all around," she said. "I'm 
not making any mistakes, And, I won 
last week, which has certainly helped 
me.". ^ 

Tumbull won the" second match 
point and advanced Into the semlfl- 



return of serve by Shriver wasout and 
awarded thematch to the Australian. 

Tour referee" Leo Jackson was 
asked and a compromise was made to 
replay the point. 

"When I hit the ball I thought IU 
stayed/In," Shriver said. "I should 
have gotten the point and we should 
have played at duccc. Strictly speak- 
ing, it was my point." 



RING & VALVE 

SPEXSAt— 



6-Cylindar , $139 

n-Cylindor. .'. . . .■. , ,' . . $209 



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73H<7094 



Chrysler workers voting for pay cut by slender margin 



By JAMES V.HIGGINS 
United Press International 



DETROIT - Chrysler Corp. workers are voting In 
favor of a pay cut lo preserve their Jobs, but by a 
surprisingly slim margin. 

United Auto Workers officials said Friday they 
remain convinced a whittled -down contract providing 
$622 million In wage concessions to Chrysler will be . 
approved when final vote tallies are reported Mon- 
day. 

Scattered reports on the balloting from local unions 



shows strong opposition to the move despite warnings 
ot workers the only alternative to approval was p 
Chrysler bankruptcy and loss of their lobs. 

The new contract would cut weekly paychecks more 
than MO and freeze wages until September of 1982. 

"It's winning." a UAW spokesman said. "It's not 
winning by tfie margin that the previous two contracts 
carried by." 

This is the third time Chrysler workers have been 
asked to ratify labor agreements giving them less In 
wages and fringe benefits than counterparts at Ford 
Motor Co. and General Motors Corp 

On Jan. 19. 250 elected representatives of the 
Workers recommended by a convincing margin that 



the pact be ratified, leading UAW officials to believe a 
similar result coutd.be expected from the rank-and- 
file. , 

About 65.000 active workers In the U.S. and Canada 
are eligible lo vote on the pact, as are many of the 
49.000 Chrysler workers on indefinite layorf. 

In a major shock, the pact was overwhelmingly 
rejected by a 2,014-833 count at Chrysler's Belvidere. 
III. assembly plant, which builds Omni and Horlion 
su be 0m pacts. 

. Less surprising was resistance from Chrysler's 
several defense plants. Workers In (hose facilities 
have resisted contract concessions because the 



company's defense operations are profitable. 

But Canadian workers, who refused to give contract 
concessions to Chrysler last year, turned- about face 
and approved the new pact by a slim margin of 50.5 
percent, Canadian UAW officials said. 

Workers at Chrysler's St. Louis and Jefferson 
Avenue (Detroit) assembly plant approved the pact. 

UAW officials said they don't know what the union 
would do if the agreement were rejected. 

Approval of the concessions is one of several 
conditions Chrysler must meet to become eligible for 
a lifesavlng dole of WOO million in federal loan 
guarantees. 




ustness 



Stocks decline on war jitters 



;, Twin Falls, 1_daho_ Saturday, January_31, 1931 j 



By MARIANNA OHE 
United Press International 



NEW YORK - Slock prices fell Friday as 
traders turned Jittery following a report Iran had 
bombed Iraq's main oil loading terminal. 

Trading was moderately active. 

The Dow Jones industrial average, ahead more 
than6polntsat midday, lost 1.62 points to iif.2~. 

The blue-chip Indicator has seesawed throughout 
the week. It slid Monday, soared Tuesday, fell 
Wednesday andspurtedagalnThursday. 

The New York Stock Exchange Index fell 0.42 to 
74.27 and the price of an average share decreased 
20 cents. Declines topped advances, 773-721, among 
the 1,680 issues traded at 4 p.m. EST. 

Big Board volume totaled 41,160,000 shares, 
compared to the 38,170,000 traded Thursday. 

Analysts said a news report of an Iranian claim It 
bombed Iraq's main oil loading terminal in the 
northern Persian Gulf "scared traders." Damage 
to the terminal could cut off Iraq's oil exports, 
Jeopardizing world crude supplies. 

Stock experts said the market also was slowed by 
trader uncertainty about the latest money supply 
figures, released by the Federal Reserve at the 
market's close. The recent Introduction of NOW 

ccrjimts nattoir^de _ has^ans?d^h^nrshIPXInTh"e — 
numbers. 

The Fed reported the basic money supply fell $3.2 
billion In the latest reporting week, while a larger 
money supply measure known as MI-B declined by 



$500 million, The decrease could ease upward 
pressure on Interest rates. 

Citibank, the nation's second largest bank, early 
Friday cut the prime lending rate it charges its best 
corporate customers to lfl'.fc from 20 percent. A few 
smaller banks, followed suit. Other major banks 
were likely to make similar cuts next week. 

Composite volume of NYSE issues listed on all 
U.S. exchanges and over Ihe counter at 4 p.m. 
totaled 46,730,300 shares, compared to 42,330,400 
traded Thursday. 

The American Stock Exchange Index fell 1.55 lo 
345.03 and the price of a share decreased 8 cents. 
The National Association of Securities Dealers' 
NASDAQ Index of OTC issues rose 0.07 to 197.81 . 

. On the trading floor, LTV Corp.. which reported 
higher fourth quarter earnings Thursday, was the 
most active issue, up to 21'.* in trading that 
Included a block of 141,700 shares at 2 IV 

Texaco was second on the active list, down l 5 * to 
40 V A block of 200.000 shares crossed at 41. 

American Telephone & Telegraph, the third most 
active issue, rose % to 52. The court late In the day 
granted a one-month delay in AT&T's antitrust 
trial. 

GCA Corp. plummeted 1271, to 49 1 4 after opening 
on 229,000 shares at 50"*. The firm, which reported 
a 145 percent j ump in 1980 earnings, said analysts 
apparently were disappointed over ils backlog drop ~ 
due to a faster shipment rale and lower order rates 
on some products. 

Xerox Corp. shed *'„ to 56. The firm, which 
reported record fourth quarter earnings Thursday, 



said one of its units may borrow $125-160 million 
this year to help Xerox fund customer Installment 
purchases. 

Twentieth Century-Fox Corp. dove 1% lo 49'/., 
The company reported lower 1980 earnings and 
said ils board has decided lo abandon plans lo 
merge Fox with a firm they would own with other 
private Investors. 

Electronic Data Systems^ which announced it 
acquired a Texas computer firm, was unchanged at 
36. 

Memorex Corp. added \ to ll'i despite a $2.8 
million fourth quarter loss versus $2.2 million net a 
year earlier. 

Avco Corp. fell V 4 to 27^ as It reported a 
substantial drop In fourth quarter earnings. 

Bayuk Cigars, which raised lis quarterly divi- 
dend to 25 cents from 8 cents, spurted W to 10 l ,'a . 

Time Inc. rose 1=* to 55 J i- The firm said 19B0 net 
earnings were lower and announced an of ferlng ot 3 
million preferred shares was In progress. 

On the Amex, declines topped advances, 297-208, 
among the 770 issues traded at 4 p.m. Volume at 
that time totaled 5,290,000 shares compared to the 
5,630,000 traded Thursday. 

Dome Petroleum was the most active Amex 
issue, up *4 to 69. Patrick Petroleum Co. followed, 
up 2* to 12V Third was Houston Oil and Minerals, 
' dowrlS, [051*37 - — — 

Rapid-American Corp. added % to 25V;-. Share- 
holders of the firm and of Kenton Corp. in separate 
meetings approved a merger of the two companies 
that would make Rapid-American private. 



Closing commodity futures 



Month Commodity 


Close 


High 


Low 


P.M. 


Mar. Maines 


13.77 


14.25 


13.80 


14.25 


Apr. Haines 


16.29 


16.79 


16.28 


16.79 


May Idaho Russets 


21.95 


22.45 


22.45 


22.45 


Feb. livecottle 


6195 


62.55 


62.15 


62.40 


Apr. live cattle. 


65.42 


66.25 


65.75 


66.02 


Apr. (coder catiie 


73.67 


74.50 


73.90 


74.05 


Feb. live hogs 


«.« 


45.05 


44.05 


44.10 


Dec. wheat 


4.92*1 


4.95 vi 


4.86 


4,9214 


Dec. com 


3.61'/. 


3.66 


3.59»< 


3.64C. 


Feb. silver 


13.78 


13.51 


13.20 


13.25 


Feb. gold 


515.80 


515.00 


499.00 


501.70 


Mar. sugar 


26.26 


27.00 


26.30 


26.79 


Mar. soybeans 


7.15 


7.28 


7.11 


7.25 'A 


Quotations from Sinclair, Inc. 







:e Rapid-Ai 

Grain futures 



Plnloi: IS dealers al» 0C 
Off Iho market. 
" Reds: (deal ,;sai; 



and 3 oil Iho market. 

Quotations represent offerings o! reporting 
dealers, courtesy o! Western Bean Dealers 
Association Inc. Pneoi are net, us No. 1. less 
Mario bran 111 and siourja charges 




Stocks traded 
over the counter 

Quotations from NASD at ap- 
proximately noon. All bids Interdealer 
bids. Interdealer quotations do not 
include retail markup, markdown or 
commission. These quotations are 
provided by Sinclair, Sturgill and Co. 

Bid Ask 
BankofAmer. 27.00 
l_sLSec.Co. 24.75 24.625 
TstldaCorp 1.625 2.00 

1 'St. Nat. 22.25 23.00 

Ida. Pwr. Pfd. 24.00 28.00' 
Intermn.Gas 11.50 11.75 ' 
Ketlwood A 9.625 
Long. Fiber ' - 30.00 30.50 
Pac.St.Life 3.50 3.625 
Trus-Joist " 21.50 22.00 
Consd.Food 24.875 
Quantex .25 .4375 

MinrlWest .15625 .21875 

Utah Power 16.375 
Amal. Sugar 51.50 



Livestock 



30' 1,100; (rids active: barrows and gilts SO 
:s lo 1.00 higher; No. 1-2 210-240 IBs. 4I.Su-U.00: 
1-3 »W lbs. 41.S0-U.SO; 250-270 IDs. 
5-39 75; 270-300 lbs. M SOO« 23 
onday's advance receipts: Cattle 3.300: hogs 



^Trade «l area foodtots alowj demand HjM: 

last week's close; ■ no n- supportive oael trade 
throughout mo week was a proving (actor In tne 
downturn: cattle slaughter under federal Inspee- 
liin in (?-,, h!t>r-.6._r;iin 11(1 TorrrlB woot ending — 
Jan. 24 totalled 10,723 head. Including 23 percent 
cows: this compared lo 11,170 head and 25.S 
pecan! cowl tna previous period. 

ConliimetJ sales Wis week on 1,100 slaughter 
steers and 250 slaughter nailers with several 
hundred head committed tor nan week's business 
witn pnea lo be determined lata.nait weak; this 
eom^rod to J» slaughter steers and 6S0 slaughter 

'jeo'ia. 'uSPSm™"'. ..... 

choice S3.50; several loads good and choice 
.I.ISO-lJOQIO.helslalniSfl.OO. V 

'.laughter hellers: Several loads good lo mostly 
llce3-3. low 4 950-1,000 IB.J2.00. 



No. 1 steer) 70.30; couple 

toads large frame holstaln staars 590-730 lb 
S9.S0-SO.OO: load medium frame No. 1 second and 



Valley beans 



it 17 00. 1 at J* CO. 
Mlor at 29 CO. and 4 



Sheep: Confirmed sales 1.250; trade slow no 
price tost: couple loads choice and prime 123 fb. 
shorn slaughter tambs with No 1-2 pelts wtini It J 
10. weight slop 51.00; part load wooiod 123 lb. 44.00. 



' Ff!Siy- SAS C1TV " M ° (UPI ' ~ UvM, 0" 

gill* 1.00 higher- in forced trading for 
numbers. receipts »0 below * aarlv 
estimate U.S. 1-J 210-240 ids. 41.7M2.C0; 
sows and Boars scarce. 

a,?^ I"" " """flO-nt "O 



hogs i 



Valley grain 



i market. 

advance 
, shaap 100. 



ecelpla: 



200. 



• Metal prices 

NEW YORK (UPlj - Ulost metal market 
prices as Quoted Friday By the Amencin Metal 
Market, authoritative metals puOlicatlon: 

Aluminum, primary. M S par cent plus pure 50 
IB. lngots7B00e IB. 
Antimony, aomeihc. rolmod In alloy, 1 CO IB 
Copper, electronic, delivered U.S. OS S2S-J7.23 e 



32.DC-J4 OOclb. 
Magnesium, 99 (per cent, ingot I2S OOclb 
Manganeso. 99.9 per cent boiaa regular 70 00 c 



■Western grain 

PORTLAND |UPI| - Cain grain prices ■ 



winter ord I.U; 11 percent 4 M : 12 parccm! 4 63: II 
percent 3.14. Spring wheal: 13 percent 5.21: u 
percent 537; 15 percent S U. Barley 150.00. 

DENVER lUPi) _ Grain prices Friday: 
No.lhard winter whoaUMBu. 
No.Iveliow eornSOO-oMScwI. 
Na.rbjileyflOM40cwt, 

OGDEM (UPI) - Grain prices Frldav : 
Under 11 protein wheat* 00 Bu. upSeanls, 
Ho. 11 piolnln4 OSbu uncfl 
No 12proleln4.30bu. uneh. 
. No.i3proteln4.oSBu.up5canls. 

E£ i; o, !" r !i';. :J " tlu ' "P'Oeenis, 
No.2CiarloyB.75cwt.uncfi. 
Arrivals: (cars wheat. 



00 'per ton [consume' buying pn.=,, 

Am. Mat. MM. compoi.te iciapBrlce W 33 per ton 
Tin, N.Y. Am. Mat Mkl ■■-dockMl.50 c IB 
Tin. N.Y. Am Mot Urn aiiD.or price 70* 00 C IB. 
Tungsten powder (H.rfedl.M 8 per cent 
minimum pure 14 30 per lb 

World gold ' 

NEW YORK (UPII - Foreign and domestic geld 
prices Quoted in dollars par troy ounce Fndiy; 
London 

Mornlngli.lng SO'SOup I1.7S 
Allarnoonllilng SOS SO up 12.75. 
Pj[lst"eemaikai)S»giup J.08 
Frankluit SOsTlup 2.10. 
Zurich 504 SO up 7 00. 

Hew York 
MandvandHarman SOBSOup 11.75. 
Engelhard, Use pUce lor ratming Mining and 
^nfubrlcaic-J (il.J !isu ,. P U.7S ppr Hoy ounce. 
Selimg price, tabricaitd gold mh up 13. M per 

Silver ' 

NEW YORK (UPI) - Handy and H* 

Frldi» quoted sliver at 13.40 per tine ounce ur 
=— elhaid M 1 " -• -' 



Most actives 

NEW YOF1K (UPI) 



' Si 

ttm.ioo 

584.000 .... 

M2.M0 S? 

S04.O!- " 



xk Eichange 
Friday. 



Enon Corp 
Blue Bell • 
Mid So Ulili 
Brunswick Co 
Piliiek eell 
Raiston pui 

0 C « Corp. 

mobil On Co 
□u Ponl E I 
SthllU Biew 
Man man on 

1 0 M CO,p 



— 77H - W 

iii.MO J1H + th 

4M.S00 11 h ♦ 1* 

4O3.10O 14Va - H 

114,200 "24U, + 2*t 

404 000 ion ■■■■ 

.. 3t7.M0 4.U -177 

* 3U.900 73W - 1 

Mf.OM * XV, 

. 354,000 10 + I* 

340.000 fljw _ 14 

. J13J0Q B4H - H 



Potatoes 



, non-elre A lilrly light: others llgtil; market 

■.l«»1»- , ned , 0f ,| y MC |,| n0 ai y. 

„-,. cwt 2 Inch or 4 or mln., mostly mlied 
U.S. 1. 70s, 20.00-» 00. few 22 DO. Oc- 



russels. par cv 



DflCO'OLinduslrliUirtBi of 113S DpTia'arTd'; 
prjcD lor fabricated utiti products ot u 204 up 

Produce ■■ 



score) Grade A 
t,4flVa-1.4fl. 

Egos: Pilcee paid lo delivery lower. Pilcee to 
retailers (Grade A. In canons delivered): Eitn 1 
larflfl 71-74; large 704-71: medlum»fj7rt-M. 



Friday: 

Prices paid and delivered to New York sloie- 
doorstoady. 



H EW YORK (UPI) - USD A bultar Friday: 
Otferlngs excessive *trh Qamand slow. 
'■~-'-sala tell In o prices In cenis per pound (Bulk 
boies): Grade AA. [93 score) 1.MW-1.S7: 
(t2score)l.sm.1.M. 

DENVER (UPI)"- Egg prices Friday: Market " 
steady. Demand fair to good. Oflorlngs adequate 
to ample. Large AA 74-rs; medium AA 70-71, sm»n 
AA 52-33. Large A 73-74. medium A 69-70. Large 0 
34-57. . ■ .... ■ 



fjficnall^ right' i,-...) lower: la. u.oo-a.OO. I. 
2t.0O. oceasTonalty: 100 lb. sacks, norvslie 
1^.00,11.50, occasionally 12.00; (o ot. mln.. 
i'^0;l5,M, moslly is.*; U.S. 2, 0 ot. mln.. 
BOO-fl.50,one!abel9.00. 

Onions: Western Idaho and Malheur County. 
Ore.: demand light; market about Heady; yellow 
- Spanish hyorios. » mrMrts.-U.rir3Wlra.nd 
Itioei fl.liJ.S0, mostly B.2M.3S. some fl.OO; 3V.-3 
'ncn,tJ.OM.75.moatlyfl.2M.50. 

iOOWEB (UPI) - Potatoes Friday:' 'Market 
sleady. 100-IB. sacks washed U.S. No. 1 sue A 
unless other staled. Colorado RounO Reds Ivi-3Vi 

.Inch 15.75-1800; 5O-I0. 2Vi-3H Inch »0O, (llm-bag 
baled 5-10 IB. 8.00; 20-lb. U.S. No. 2 loose 
Hussets lllm bag 5-10 IB baled nonnlte A S SO' 
2WB. U.S. No. f loose 2.73. Idaho Russets 1f>ot. 

. minimum 17JS-1BJM. a lew 11.50; 50-1B. .cartons Ml— 
13.S5. 70s 1J.J3-14.7S, BOsJOS 13.93-13.00. 100s 

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NEWS 
CHANGES 
DAILY 

Has your 1960 
license expired? 
FOUND DOGS 
NOW AT THE TWIN FALLS 

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LOCATED: 139 6TH AVE. IV. 

1. Black and tan hound, mix, 
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IflJorrl 
puppy. 

4. Wmio and gray male poo- 
dto. 

5. Black and whlto Torrior 
mix. female, long hair. 

G. EJrlndlo malo shepherd 

?up. long haired. 
. Black and Drown femalo 
Gorman Shophord, 

6. Chocolate brown re-iriovor 
shophord mix. lamairj. long 
haired, 

9. Black and Drown m'alrj 
shophord mix. 

10. Tiny black male lorricr 
puppy,. 

11. Black malo hound 
puppy12. Apricot and while 
malo poodlo mix. 

13. Malo black lab pup, whllo 
chost. 

14. Lab Irish seller mix, rod. 

HOURS: 5-7PMONLY 
Monday thru Friday; 71W860 
ext. 264. 

Bocauso Dogs aro brought 
In every hour, and SOLD or 
DESTROYED atlor *8 hours, 
ploaso can or visit [fig pound . 
dally (o chock whether your 

But has boon picked up. 
ixod dogs aro hard to do- 
scribe, como to the pound to 
sea II your pat Is lharo. 
Coma and pick out a puppy 
or lull grown dog- lhay 
would lava lo have a homo. 
FREE training classes lor 
Hound Pound Dogs. Call 
733-1897 on Obodlonco Class 
Information only. 




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JEROME DOG LOG 

Lovaabla and Loyal 
Companions 
,5«« Mr; Good Homos 
Hours: 8am Jpm mon-lrl 

1. Female Australian Shop- 
hord, gray black & brown, 1 
year 

2. Female Lab Cfosa. black, 3 
months 

3. Fomalo lab and hound 
cross, yellow and whllo, 7. 
months 

4. Pomeranian cross, brown. 
7 yoars 

5. 1 Malo Gorman Shohord 
Cross, black and lan, 4 
months. 

8. 1 Malo Groyhound Cross, 
tan & black, 4 months. 
7. 1 malo miniature Dachs- 
hund Cross, black, tan. A 
whlta, 3 years, 
B. 1 malo Poodla crass, 
whlta, 3 yoars. 
9, 1 tomalo Irish Sottor, rod, 
4yoars. 

10, 1 lomalo Australian 
Shophord Cross, black & 



12. 1 tomalo Poodlo. whllo, 8 
yoars. 

13, 1 male Airedale Cross, 
black, 5 months. 

14. 1 male. Torrior Cross, 
brown, 7 yoars. 



Dogs may bo soon it tho 
Animal Sholtor at Iho and ol 
4th Avonuo Wast In Joromo. 
For Information, call 324- 
84M;llnoan3wor,324-43l3. 



LOST Old English - Shoop 
— Dog- -puppy, , vicinity. Falls 
Ave. W. Answors to. 
"EMILY", Call 733-0771_ 
~cTaySr/W09tS5 woOkonrjs'*6, 

allot 5,-REWARDt : , 

LOST SYLVESTER, Iho big" 
-bluo-gray Porslan cat Irom 
the Pomerello Ski Rosort 
dlsappaarod Jan. IB. Proba- 
bly crawled Into pickup 
truck, campor or car. Could 
have gotten out anywhero. 
Ho Is Greatly mlssod. Any 
Information call collect 
1-639-5599 or Bonnie Jonos 
733^ffl31:733-M13nlp.ht5. 



REWARD loi return of new 

8 Iris KHS silver 10 speed, 
o questions. 659 wasn. St. 
N. 733-0139. Wo havo a very 

sad IiIiIoqiM. 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 13 
wort oionma shin 5-7pm ji 
Ifio HOUND POUND. ! limes 
per monlh. Call 7334)931. 
axLXJwiZUm. 

003 



Saturday, January 31, 1&81- Timos-Hews. Twin Falls, Idaho B-5 



FOR A LOVELIER you try 
Luiier Cosmaiics 733.9201 
anyllmo. 

JOB CORPS 

Youlh Job Training 
Agesi6Thru21 



KIMBERLY 
PRE-SCH00L 

Clown Town child care S 
pro-school. Ages 2Vj and 
up. Snacks 4- hot moals 
served. Dependable and 
give iho best ol caro and 
training. Singing, educa- 
tional programs, gamos. arts 
& oralis. Drop-ins welcome. 
CalM0day_423-5579^__ 
Want Fun And Now Friends? 
Call ' Plamatos West (415) 
361-1666. Gats' Register 
Freo; 

MORE SMILES' ara stilted 
by another smile. Tho Gill 

Garden , 1 nj hoLy riw oj od . 

MUNCHKIN. I'm sorry about 
what happened. I Love You 
PJeaso come back^JEFF_ L _ 
PALMISTRY READING! All 
readings aro private & con- 
fidential.. 1586 Blue. La.Xcs 

North. 73 3-4069 

PERMANENT hair removal 
by elecuoiysis- licensed 
ofoctrologisi, licensed 
cosmetologist ARVILLA'S 
ELECTROLYSIS. Call 733- 
5 000 lor ti eo demonstration. 
WANTED information as to 
whoreaDOuls ol gotl clubs & 
guitar taken Irom lot behind 
Arthur Treacher's last May. 
Clubs aro Tillcist & 
PoworBilt. SUBSTANTIAL 
REWARD! 733-4G17 



CC4 



Sp«ij|N:iicei 



CERTIFIED TEACHER now 
taking enrollments for 
morning (9:00-11:30) and af- 
ternoon (12:30-3.00) 
sessions. I will prepare yc-jr 
child to succeed in kin- 
dcigartonand/cr Mrsl grade. 
Virginia Baker .734-1262, 

734-1314. 

CONSUMERS) Bolore you 
buy anything cait P.D.C.A. 
733-4560 Wo can save you 

hoot 

Flora Overacro Agency 
Klmberly 423-5559 
"DopondaL-lolns. Service" 



MEDICAL HYPNOSIS, 29 yra 

experience. Groat fo» 
norvos. wolght loss, self- 
improve mo nt. education, 
acnes & pains. & other " 
monls. Inquiries 1 ' 
carl- John 324-7281. 



RON'S CORNISH CHILI- 
Plws 4 of my best witfl game 
rocipos. Sand J2.00 to eoi 

M-26c/ o Time s-News. 



TERRIFIC low cast sludent 
trip la Moxico chaperoned 
by High School leathers 
March 19th-2Slh. Call lor In- 

lormallon 733- 2735. . 

WANTED! Old while or col-' 
ored sheels to make ban- 
dagos lor Naiarono Foreign 
Mission hospitals. 32W711. 



0M Wemo^ljl^jlces 

THE FAMILY ol Jack Smiih 
wl!h lo oilona qlt hearKcll 
lhanks io all tho kind 
doclars. peaplo al Magic 
Valley Memorial, Gcofling i 
SI. Benedict's Hospitals, 
family, friends and or ganlia- 
lions whose o<prcssisns ef 
sympathy, kindness, flow- 
ers, and lood helped lighten 
our grial during tho recent 
Illness and death of our 
husband, lather, giandfa- 
Ihor, and groat-grand lather. 

TWslrVOi/d 

■ Is Nol Conclusion; 
A Sonuol Stands Beyond, 
Invisible, Aa Music, 
■ But Posltiva, As Sound. 

We wish to extend our 
heartfelt tnenks and appre- 
ciation for all tho aefs ol 
kindness, toot), memorials, 
and beautiful flowers and 
cards roceWed during the 
recent less ol cjriovea one. 
The family of Albert Lan- 
caster. 



PREGNANCY HOTLINE 



ALCOHOLICS 
ANONYMOUS 



Conlldenllal i.ivesiigailons 
734-ir 



Joba of Inte resl 

ACCEPTING BIDS loi lawn 
caro at Rock Garden 

Cond o's. C all 734-6445 

APARTMENT MANAGER, 
couplo prolcriod. salary 
plus 2 Ddrm. apt. Ulilitias 
Included. Contact Job 
Sarvlce. 260 4ih Avonuo No. 

Twin Falls. 

AVON 
TOBUYORSELL 
CALL 423:5604 _ 

CHIEF RESPIRATORY 
THERAPIST 

For 5fl bod acute caro hospi- 
tal in northeast Nevada. Call 
or wrllo Personnel Director, 
Elko General Hospital. 129G 
College Ave.. Elko. Nevada 
69801.1702)738-5151 

cTeRK~TYPiSt7 ~Un i7o7sMy 
of Idaho. Cooperative 
Ealonsioh Service. Short- 
hand, accurate typing, olllco 
machinos, gonojai oihco 
procedures. Eipoiionco 
doslrod. Stato empioyoo pay 
scalo. Contact BiainD"t:in-' 
ford, 734-3600 Equal Oppc 
tunily 
Empjoj 

COMBAT ENGINEERS 
noodod. Full-llmo training 
available. For more Inlorma- 



COOKS needed. Full-l'-no 
training available For more 
Information on how you may 
qualify call ARMY RESERVE 
OPPO RTU N I Tl ES : _733-267 1_ " 
COUFLE !o work an ranch. 
Woman 10 cook and caro for 
absentee owners homo; 
man to work as ranch han- 
dyman. Retired couplo OK. 
Etc 3 Bdim 2 bain homo 
provided Inciudos utll's. 
Good wagos'bcnollts. Sell 
Brand Ranch. O'Niol Basin 
Wells Nevada. (707J 755-2303. 



ing tact: 
Good wages and bonollts. 
Roply wilh rosumo lo Box 
J-2B clo Tlmos-Nows. An 
Equal Opportunity 

Employor. 

EARN S200 IN ONE DAY 
without leaving homo. Call 

Lorl 8 62-36 1 9. 

EXPERIENCED AUTO 
MECHANIC needed. Gener- 
al Motors lino. Write 10 Box 

B-2fl,cfo Tlmos -Nows._ 

EXPERIENCED, maluio. 
waltross wanted. Apply in 
person Iho Flrosldo Rostau- 
r ant 106 W est Mai n, Jerom e. 
EXPERIENCED R.N. lo work 
In physicians olllco. Call Mr. 

Jackman 73 3-3700. 

EXPERIENCED IRRIGATOR, 
tube irrigation, houso 
furnished. References. 
Sond rosumo to Box K-28, 
c/oTlmosNows 




TIMES-NEWS 
CLASSIFIED ADS 
PHONE 733-0931 



FIELD OFFICER 



To join our small but enthusiastic leam. 
Theperson'wearelooWngfor: - 
Has had agricultural training. 
Knows. Twin Falls and surroundings 

like the back of his hand. 
Has had at least some beanseed 

-- — production experience; ■— 

Is literate and nol scared ot getting 



' dirly han_ds^ 



v Has a sense ot humor. 
'Please address applications in writin-g 
to W. Mensinqa marked "Confidential" , 
6e(dro-Feb"ruary6, 1981. 

BAKKER BROS. OF IDAHO.IHG 



do: 



lobs ol Inlorosl 



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Jobs of In 



EXPERIENCED DIESEL 
MECHANIC- Musi havo Own 
tools. Call Sutch's Diesel. 
EJkp, Nevada. 702-7 18-3939 
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPER- 
ATORS noodod. Full-limo 
training available For mom 
Information on haw you may 
quality call ARMY RESERVE 
OPPORTUNITIES . ™-2671^ 
HOUSEPARTENTS- couple 
needed to work 5 day's por 
weok in group homo lor 
retarded children ages 
10-16. Room 6. board + sala- 
1700-900 por mor 



5 Qfi tr 



leg So 



ionce. For more inlorma- 
lion call colioct, evenings. 
Pnitl.208-523-2766 
IDAHO SPECIAL OLYMPICS 
directors position open. 
B.A prelorred. Previous ex- 
perience wilh Specia Olym- 
pics doslrod. Management 
skills, lund raising, program 
development, puiic educa- 
tion, travel. J1 5,000 lo 120.000 
commonsuralo wilh experi- 
ence. Sond rosumo lo: 
Idaho Special Olympics, PO 
Bo< 2541 Boise, Idaho 83701. 
aim: Selection Commiiio by 

Fob.9 t i9at_. 1_ _ 

LADIES, on a personal nolo I 
would like to introduce you 
to our Camoo Couturos. 
Health end appoaranco aro 
so vital to us, so I am suro 
you would 5e interested In 
our custom tit bras. Ask 2 or 
3 Irlonds and lots have a 
Cameo - party! Wondorlul 
hosloss gifts. 733-8278 or 
messag-p phone 734-5274. 
MATURE COCKTAIL 
Waitress noodod. 5 yoars 
experience necessary. 
Apply at tho Flresido 
L o un go, Joromo. 

MAURICES 

ASSISTANT MANAGER 
Position open for assistant 
manager . Retail experience 
required. II you aro 
energotic, goal oriontod and 
want a challenging career, 
call Brent Victor for ap- 
pointmonl. 733-4514, 

MAURICES 

Blue Lakes Mail 
Part-time sales postion open 
lor mature woman with retail 
oiporlenco. Call Brent 
Victor (or appointment. 

733-4 51^ 

MECHANICS needed. Full- 
llmrriralnlng available. For • 
more Inlormallon on hoi 
qualify call ARM'. 
OPPORTUNITIES, 
733-2671. 



' n N CHARGE POSITION ,n 
! L.TC U. part or full-lime 
; Rohabiii^aiivo nur ung skills 
L.P N also needed Com- 
PQIilive salary & Dintlits. SI. 
a_ei«l ^^.'Jejonie.JDEOE 
RADIO SALES person, liber- 
al draw versus commission 
..No overnight travel. Am- 
bitious self-starter needed 
now Send rosumo tc Box 
G-:a clo Times News 

EOE-M/F. ; 

RETIRED Or Semi-Relirerj, 
Free Renl. With exlrjs In 
exchange lor small amounl 
ol work Closo lo town 
734-4573 aiur 6 P m. d_eraii_s 
SALES PERSON to sen ol- 
llco equipment. Must be sell 
Wci.vaicfl l determined 

2344:19, Mike. 

TRl-CHEM liquid ombroidory 
. crali instructor. Will loach, 
no investment. 733-57H9 9- 
1pm. 734-2160 7pm-9pm: Hoi 
112 Bellevuo ID 83313 _ 
UNEMPLOYED? We tram 
you Good pay. Ago 17-34 
JOIN THE NAVY (503) 221- 

4920, collo_cr 

VJAiTRESSrCook warned lor 
ovenmg shilt. Will bo work- 
, leg wilh public & must bo 
. honoM Send- resume- IO 

: Tmp5-News_Bpit_H-28. 

WANTED! Grader operators 
i Jobs begin March isi Work 
300 mile radius ol Twin Fails 

J Can 733-6064_ 

: WANTEfJ!">osit<ve minded 
. aggressive* individuals who 
I warn io move ahead. Re- 
spond to Box C-2S. Co 
Times News. P. O. Box 548. 
Twin Falls. ID 63301 tor an 
exceptional opportunity with 
a_lo caj^sa le sorg aniial io n, _ 
WANTED WORD 
PROCESSOR- experienced, 
accurate typist. lmn,edialo 

opening Call 731-6581. 

12)" EXPERIENCED Co's- 
moiologlsls wilh clientele 
734-7469 



017 BujinossOpponunl 
■ Comptote Brake Bustn* 



5773, £■ 



008 



Salespeople 



NEED oxporlonced 
automotive machinist, pay 
commonsu[aie with qualifi- 
cations. Excelleni working 
conditions. Inquire at De- 
ckor'3 Machine. 337 West 
Main, Joromo. No phone 
calls please. 



"""NURSING SERVICE^ 
DIRECTOR 

FOR 

BLAINE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

Small hospital with many 
challenges lor an innovatlvo 
RoQlStorod Nurse. Will work 
part ol tho Hmo as a stall 
nurse. Must bo willing to bo 
activo In soiling up a now 
nursing homo that will open 
in 1982. Contact Francis X, 
MeNamara, Administrator. 
7&a-2222. 



SALARY + COMMISSION 
That's what you'll receive if 
selected to represent us m 
Magic Valley. Wo profor a 
college graduate with suc- 
cessful buslnosv experi- 
ence. Tho applicant wo 
choose will receive 
excellent training and will 
participate In an outstanding 
employee benolit program. 
Sond resume lo: PO Box E. 
Twin Falls, ID 63101. An 
Ecjual Opportunity Employer 



THANK YOU MAGIC 
VALLEY- tor making our 
business a growing suc- 
cess. However, duo to In- 
creased business, wo des- 
poraloly need salespeople 
lo help relievo Iho burden. II 
you have tho desire to bo a 
success, we'll show you 
how... Call Mayor Realty 8 
Appraisal 734-79 35. 



WANTED! Tractor 
Salesman. Related experi- 
ence necessary. Excellent 
benefits. Automobile 
furnished. High Income 
potential. Contact Mr. Burks 
at733-5543. 



WANTED SALESMEN to 
work on commissions In tho 
Twin Falls & BurlOy-Rupoil 
area. Full or part-time, Aqo' 
is no (actor 733-9444. 



015 



Babyjillcrj 



Aro you seeking pro- 
fessional training, op- 
portunities lot advance- 
ment, excellent benefits and 
a secure career In a major 
multi-lino Insurance com- 
pany? II you aro, and havo a 
four-year dogroo plus two or 
mora years Ol business ro- 
tated oxpcrlonco (or military 
sorvlco) a claims adjusting 
training position may bo just 
right lor you. 

Claims adjusting Is a 
challenging. dlverslliod 
oulsldoflnsldo Mold position 
involving oxlonsivo people 
contact with complete In- 
vestigation and sottlomonl 
negotiations ot auto, tiro and 
casualty Insuranco claims. 
Company car and oiponsos 
provided. 

For turthor Inlormallon 
ploaso contact Glonda 
Brogo at 733-9062 lor in- 
terview. 



FORMER PRE-SCHOOL 
toachor has openings 
available tor child caro. 
Pro-school — activities, hot 
lunches, & TLC otiorad, 
Drop-Ins welcome, Ufday. 

7344816. 

ATTENTIVE LOVING CARE. 
Loarnlng activities. Vary 
small group, ExporlencorJ. 
7 34.217 6. 



njr.o tools, air 
ssor. work benchos. 
ivento-'y. Days 734- 
o 733-/072 



EXCLUSIVE FIREPLACE 
. FRANCHISE- area includes 
Sun Valley as well as Twin 
Falls. Jerome and Burloy. 
Calilordotjib 160-179. 

SPRING CREEK 
REALTORS 

-■ __ - _ _ ■ 

FOR SALE BY OWNER- Red 
Caboose Drue-ln RoMau- 
rani located on 3 lois tn 

; Kimbcrly wilh renljl pro- 
perty. 165.000 plus inven- 
tory, terms available J23- 

1 41_21or423-4?l7. 

■ JUST USTED 1 "Lots ol 

■ potential on thu, l.rquor bar. 
! tocaled m EHo. Nevada- For 
: more deia.i:. call Vicki 

■ Jonos 733-6335 or Town and 
j Country Rejllors 733-0716 
. (Now located m ine Inlor- 
: mountain Building on 
I Shoshone St. to bettor servo 

yo«j..._. 

; RESTAURANT: seals Wrin - 

j ^ai mO s1?eei' D ^49.500' n buys 
j building, business and all 

■ luluros and equipment, 
j Assumabio loans at 9% In- 
1 lores!. Can BARKER 
i AGENCY. 543-4371. Alter 5 

543-5604_ 

WAREHOUSE""" TOOL S 
I EQUIPMENT- Franchiso 
I availablo .in Magic Valloy. 
I invenlory invoslmenl noc- 
' essary. Warohouse tool will 
furnish display semi-van. 
Excellent operation 
booklols available. Write lor 
i inlormation Warehouse 
Tool and Equipment, Box 
I 124, Nowdale, Idaho 83436. 

WARNING! 

Tho -Jimes-Nows ro- 
, commends thai you In- 
1 vostigate every phase ol 
Investment opporiuniiios. 
especially those from out ol 
stato or oflorod by a person 
doing business out of a local 
motel or hotel. 

Wo suggest you consult 
your own attorney, the Bol- 
ter Business Buroau, Idaho 
Consumer Allalrs or ask for 
a Ireo pamphlet and In- 
formation Irom tho Attornoy 
General's Consumer Pro- 
tection Division. Stato- 
houso. Boise. Idaho 83720. 
Phono 334-2400 or 
1 ^00^32-5937. ■ , 

13 UNIT RENTAL COMPLEX 
on Klmborly Road. This 
complex is clean, in good 
repair and shows good re- 
turn. Excellont lax Invest- 
ment. Terms available. 



B0-16S 



SPRING CREEK 
REALTORS _ 
734-0500 



018 



Income Property 



jnvNmo nicopt HI night 
ir^jgb'mporisVcTcom"' 



BABYSITTING, my homo, 3 
yrs experience. Agos 2 8 
ovor. Lunch, snacks. 734- 
6023. 



DAB YSITTI NG. 734 r *715.__ 
BABYSITTING In my homo. 



BABYSITTING, my homo. 18 
months to 4 years . 733-182 2. 
BABYSITTING, wook-days 
7am-6pm. babies welcome! 
733-3066. LotSOlT LCl 



BABYSITTING, Infants 6 
toddlers. Lots ol TLC and 
EXPER IENCE. 734-8718. 



PERSON EXPERIENCED In 
aulo parts sales. Sond brief 
rosumo & salary doslrod to 
Box 371. Twin Falls. 

PUMP SALES 

Vortical turbine pump manu- 
lacturor -seeking experi- 
enced pump sales person lo 
handle Idaho area. Salary 
plus commission. 
ContaclDonnlsWlllott. 

NATIONAL 
PUMP CO:, 

P.O. Box 1599 ■ 
Glondale.AR 85311 
(602)979-3211 

Equal Opportunity 



R.N. POSITIONS 
AVAILABLE: 
(All Shllls) 
SURGICAL/ 
ORTHOPEDICS 
MEDICAL 
iCU/CCli- 



OBSTETRICS 
SUPERVISORS 

WE OFFER... 

• Excollont salary 8 bonollts 

• 50 cenls por hour ovonlng 
dlllorontlat 

• 75 cents par hour night 
differential - :-'r— 

• Every other weokond oil 

" iMBiylcn_arjci_&jMlLiiJLQO. 



MAGIC VALLEY 
MEMORIAL HOSPnWT 

TWIN FALLS, IDAHO 

Personnel 737-2170 

NurslngidjTllOlat'llllOll 

737-2130 

JOIN US AS WE GROW! 

EOE 



BABYSITTING In my homo. 
NIGHTS only, 3 yoars oipo- 
r lonce. Mon-lrlday. 734 -3772, 
BABYSITTING, my homo, 
Infants only, anyllmo, cipe- 

r lonced. 734-1054. 

DAY CARE In my homo- 
toddlors & inlants, ib day lull 
lime, hot .moats, snacks. 
Twma. 

GET YOUR CHILD oil lo a 
good start, enroll him In- 

fro-school classes at Ctown 
own Nursory School. Open 

7am till 6pm.'423 -557 9. 

LICENSED BABYSITTEP In 
my homo. Any ago, time. 
Pr o p- jns w elco me. 3 24- 5306 . 
MOTHER LOOKING lor2or3 
toddlers ' to care (or 
weekdays. 734-4743. 
WILL TEND your child In my 



BY OWNER: Modern 11 
space mobile noma park. 
Excollont location In Filar. 
155,000. Also7rerilal mobile 
h^me^avaiiaWe_3^LV! ; aa7._ 
DUPLEX. 1 bedroom, good 
location, (3,000 down. 

i2H^0O0_733-9642 ;; , 

FOfl SALE COMMERCIAL 
BUILDING close to main 
stroot in Joromo. Good 
exposure lor many busi- 
nesses. 4500 sq. It. A real 
valuo al about 110 per sq, ft, 
Call Jerry at 324-5922 or 
REAL ESTATE UNLIMITED 

al 7334 107. 

FOR SALEI 3 houses on 2 
lots In Filer, Excellent in- 
vestment. 127,000 or make 
offer w/55000 down. 733-4952 
or 543-4640. Realtor ownod. ■ 
MODERN ' 15-unll mobile 
homo par k In Burloy. 
TrTjTJOu - Consider tra"do for 
Twin Falls proporty, 733-9211 
or 734-3099. Ly nw ood Realty . 



MoneyToLoan 



WE'VE GOT 
PLENTY OF ' 

MONEY 

TO LEND 

According to Iho nows, lots 
ol lenders have practically 
closed up shop. Nol U3. 
We've got plenty ol money 
to lend. 

Dial Finance 743-7202- 



Inveslmenl ' 



OILANDGAS LEASE ■ 

Individual has 11.000 acres In 
tho stato ol Montana located 
In or near tho overthrust for 
lease. 135.00 por acre. Call 
John Foster 617-277-3591. 



Music Lessons 



GUITAR and Ban]o lessons: 
Boglnnlno or Advanced. Call 
734-5732. 



Real Estate 



For Sale . 



Open House 



I DO HOUSECLEAN1NG In 
mo Buhl. Castlolord. Flier f. 

TF area. 543-653 7. 

ILLUSTRATION-. 



A PLEASURE 
lo see, a doilght to ownl 
Quality 5 bedroom brick 
homo. Atlracilvo ' NE 
neighborhood, spacious 
kllchon, full basement, dog 
run. largo yard, covered 
patio. ASSUMABLE LOAN. 
Priced right at I ' 



hand -loitering, miscella- 
neous artwork. Chris Van 

Nest 733-0711 . 

RELIEF MILKING WANTED7 

53S-2649. 

TYPING DONE In my home. 
7 years socrotorlal oxpor., 
Will pickup. 543-5715. ■ 
WILL CLEAN your homo lo 
yoursallsfacllonrHave rofv 
eroncos. Phone733-l315. 



017" BuarneMOppotlunH lflVv 
ARE YOU LOOKING lor a 
rolali product that has low 
investment & high prolll? 
Scttrador Wood Stoves Is 
looking for doalors In yopr 
aroa. Thojiompanyjsjilfer^ 
Ing flooring & a compiato 
advertising modla kit. Info 
call loll Ireo 1-800-547-7504 
ask for Edna Horn. 



"ERA"' 

Robert Jones Really 
7334404 or 5&8222 



basemont, dbl 1 garage. . 
Central air, flropl, dock. Low 
. Assumabio 9% loan & ' 
\wl licarfy.I7 1 |5p0.734-6427. ■ 

CALL - TODAY . lor .Iroo . 
markot analysis on -your - 
homo. 

*SPR1NG'CREEK 
REALTORS' 
734-0600 ' 



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' "ALL ' BRICK," CHOICE' NE 
location, close 10 shopping 
contar, full basement. 

.Owner will carry. 

SUPER NEW HOME with 
larQO 3-bay shop. 2 car 

Sarago, on 2 Acres near 
UN. 

2 BEDROOM PLUS 1 In Iho 
lull basomont, double 
garago, new gas lurnaco. 2 
flropfacos. 

Barnes Realty 

10*3 Blue Lakes Nonh 
7334227 



BRICK AND FANCY 
New family room and com- 
pletely redocoralod. 3 or 4 
bedrooms. 2 baths, AfC and 
sprinkler. This homo Is liko 
new. NE location near 
schools and shopping. 
159,900. 

DICK IRWIN 

- GEM STATE REALTY. 

733-6804 734-0400 



BY OWNER, nice home on 
prosldent slioot. assumablo 
10% loan, low monthly 
payments. Excellent starter 
or renal. 733-3041 alter 5pr 



BY' OWNER- 1120 sq.lt. 
homo, bilck voneer, largo 2 
car garago, lull basomont. 
Good neighborhood. 
150.000. Owner will hotp fi- 
nance. Can 734-1959 (or ap- 
pointment. 

—BY ownor-Ubedfoom. don & - 
laundry room- Now carpot & 
alum, aiding. 734-3337^. 



BY OWNER! Lux 3.000 sg. It. 
Brick rambler. Lakowood 
Dr., 4 Bdr, 114 bath, lam 
room + roc. room. 2 
fireplaces, dbl oarage, mn fl 
taund, many extras. 
No aponis. 184.500. 734-0976 
or 734-5543 or 1 (601) 255- 
0372. 



HAVE A GREEN THUMB7 
Want your own moon 
bouse? You can havo it and 
art attractive!/ remodolod 

eomo o.. .9 aero, located In 
uhl. Call today lor moro 
details. IS1-1BB. 

SPRING CREEK 
REALTORS 
■ 734-OSM 



030 



Homos For Sale 



JUST LISTED! 2 bedroom 

homo" in ~good location, 
Owner has moved so ho is 
anxious 1o got Ihla sold 
soon. You may quality 1o 
assume law Income Eft 
Idaho Housing Loan. Call 
today, Vlcki Jonas 7334325 
or Town and Country Roal- 
tors 733-0710 (Now locatod In 
tho Intormountaln Building 
on Sboshono St. lo better 

'flrv o you.) 

JUST LISTED- "2 bedroom 
home with family room, 
oleclrlc hoat, insulated 
storm windows. Ownor will 
consider terms. 118,000. Call 
Kay. 733-2543 or Globe Real- 
t y, 733-2626. 



LARGE LARGE ROOMS In 
this oldor well maintained 3 
bedroom, 2 bath homo. 
Hugo roc room with 
hardwood Hoars In base- 
ment. Plus nowor 2 bedroom 
home. Plus apartment on 
back of lot. All this plus 
many beautiful trees on this 
acre lot. Pioporty must be 
soon to bo appreciated. 
1189,900. Call Evergreen Re- 
ally, 734-3200. Or Chuck 
Perkins 733-O4S0, Gene 
Conner 733-4019, Dorothy 
Kolar733-6fl4fl. 



LOW DOWN PAYMENT will 
pul you in beautiful brick 3 
bedroom, wilti 2000+ square 
feot. Kitchen loaded with 
nop! Uncos, hugo tot. 
169.B0O. Part Roallor owned. 
Cloar Water Realty 733-5162. 



NEWER 2 bdr 2 bath. A(C, 
1.040 sq.ft. + dbl garago. 
Assum. 10Vi% loan, or 7Va% 
1HA tf qualified.. Make oiler 
on equity. 148.000. 733-4655. 
734-1418. 



3LDER TWO STORY HOME 



baths. 

Ilropiaco, open-^sialrcase. 
Loss than 18 ycarsTot 



nanco coal slokorwltt] histo- 
ry ol low fuel consumption. 
152,500. 

AMERICAN 
REAL ESTATE 
& APPRAISAL 
(Across Irom Court House) 
734-5650 
Doug 1 Voitmar, Broker 

Alda Strong 733-0905 

Mary " ' 



FANTASTIC FAMILY HOMEI 
Custom home with lots of 
extra features. Split level, 6 
bedrooms, large rooms, 
heat pump witn procipnrcn. 
3 acres with beautiful view 
and yoar round live spring 
and stream. J9S.90Q. I394SL. 

GEM STATE REALTY 

525 Blue Lakes No. "~ 

733-5338 



GOOD 
ASSUMABLE LOANS 

163,900- 4 bedrooms, qulot 
location, 10% assumabte 
loan.f345BL. 

172,000- 3 bedrooms, quality 
throughout. 3 bedrooms, 
family room, double garago. 

1105,000- Assumo the 9% 
loan and move right Into this 
lovoly home with 2700 sq.lt. 
of luxury living. I3S3BL 

GEM STATE REALTY 

525 Blue Lakes No. 

733-5336 



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Homes ForSale 



CUTE STARTER HOME loi 
small family. 3 bedrooms. 1 
baths, good NE location. 

137,900. Call Evergreen Real- 
ty, 734-3200. Or 733-0440; 
733-6940, 733-4019. 



VILLADELRIO 
ESTATES 

Jin Falisbost Mobile 
me Subdivision. Come 
-CHrt-W-Pole-LIno Road and 
Washington Sireot Norm 
see our beautiful mobile 
homos. 

Call Shannon lor a special 
showing Monday through 
Friday 734-6370. 



Denis Vollmor . 



BY OWNER! 4 lovol 4 BDRM, 
3 bath, lamlly room, 
ossumoble loan. Flexible 
terms. No realtors. 734-5596. 



WANTED TO BUY! From 
ownor, all brick home. 10 
ears or older In Twin Falls. 
'- agents or .realtors! 

lyrn requirements: 3 
bdrmsr2-tHths. dbl garago. 

Ssmt. No overpriced homos, 
you have a ganuTnejiood 
to sell send full dotaiisSit 
Box 1565 PocbIqIIq! ID 83201. 

53,000 DOWN AND YOU CAN 
HAVE A 4 BEDROOM HOME. 
Basomont has been con- 
verted lo an apartment for 
income to help with pay- 
monl. Don'l pass this one 
p. $44,900,160-177. 

SPRING CREEK 
REALTORS 
734-0600 



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ESCAPE THAT "CLOSEO-IN 
FEELING", Enjoy Iho sunset 
every evening. You'll like 
tho looks ol this lovoly brick 
home In tho country. 3 
bedrooms, 1VS balhs. 2 
fireplaces, family room and 
double oarage. Attractive 
landscaping with plenty of 
room for a garden and a 
horse. Listed at 159,900. Ex- 
ecutive's relocation has 
forced this sale—so make an 
ollorl 

^ AMLfcfT 

Realty 
733-4079 



FALLS . 

PROFESSIONAL, 
REALTORS 

734-9880 

OWNER FINANCING 
AVAILABLE- this nowly 

B aimed 2 bodroom. home 
as boon - decorated to 
portoctlon. The country 
.kitchen is big and well 



Iroe-slanditrgJIreplace. New 
carpet and charming cur- 
tains. Convenient location In 
lovely neighborhood, lnv. 
modlale possession. 
Ml. 000,- 



FALLS 

PROFESSIONAL, 
REALTORS 

734-9880 

ALMOST NOTHING DOWN If 
you qualify for this 3 
bedroom, IVi bath con- 
dominium, has ovor 1,000 
square feet, and Is vory nice 
and ready, to move Into. 
132.500. 



Homos ForSsle 



ONE OF A KIND 
Beautifully landscapod, 
bedrooms on one lovol. 
Family room'olf kllchon plus 
basement rec room and fam- 
ily room, 2 fireplaces, attic 

(an. 5 lono boating. Locatod 
In ono of the best NE sub- 
divisions. Largo VA 
assumablo loan at 10%. 
(39.000. 

DICK IRWIN 

GEM STATE REALTY 

733-6804 734-0400 



OWNER WILL sacrtllce low 
Int. assum. loan, deluxe 3 
bdr 2 ba, fireplace, jonn-alre 
range, dbl ovens, dbl 
garago," loncud-yard. heal 
pump, jacuul aqua spa 
wfrodwcod deck, in College 
MoadowsSubd.734-530a. 



PERFECT FOR A GOLFER, 
this lovely home with 10 
acres & many extras Is 
located only 1200' Irom the 
gall course in a small magic 
valloy town. 2050 eq.lt., ca- 
thedral ceilings, 3 bdrms, 
2Vi baths, large lamlly room, 
lava rock Ilropiaco. built-in 
vacuum thruoul. Beautiful 
vlow 5. 'A mile road frontage. 
Very reasonably priced. Call 
Jerry Jackson at 324-5922 or 
REAL ESTATE UNLIMITED 
al 733-01 07. 



PRIME NORTHEAST 
ACREAGE- 5 level acres with 
absolutely stunning country 
home. Jusl 2Vi mllos from 
city limits. Call, Mike or 
Shoryl Thornton at Gom 
Slate Realty for private 
s howinp." 734-0400 day3"Or 
733-111B evenings 
weekends. 



REDUCED 1 WEEK ONLY! 
9% assumable loan, lovely ' 
bodroom home. 734-5324. 



SELLER SAYS SELL WITH 
LOW DOWNI 3 bedroom 
home In an excellent 
neighborhood. Family room. 
1Vj bath, full basement, 
large 2 car garago. large 
lencod'lot, assumable loan 
wlih lorma to quallliod 

r. 162.500. Can J 0t ry 

Jackson at 324-5922 or REAL 
ESTATE UNLIMITED 
733-6107. 



SPACIOUS BRICfC-ramblor 
with andorson windows, 
boaulllul fireplaces, 
bedrooms. 3 baths, large 
enclosed patio. 178.500. Call 
Evorgreon Really, 734-3200. 
Or Gone Conner 733-4019, 
Chuck Perkins 7334480. 
Dorothy Kolar 7334843. 



$$TRUEVALUE$$ 



ideal location. Oldor but 
solid and attractive. Priced 
right at 139,500. 

"Tho Old Pro's" 
FELDTHAN-REALTORS 

1604 Addison Ave. E. 



733-1988 



734-1436 



GROCERY & OAS doing 
J2O.D0O nel, ownor will carry. 
Harold .733-6071. Main West 
Realty, 507 W. Main across 
from Saloway. 734-0555. 



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Homes For Sale 



130,200 BRING AN OFFER I 
Owners have moved and 
must sell this absolutely 
darling 4 bedroom. 2 bath, 
roconlly remodeled homo. 
Flroplaco, super convenient 
location, only stops ir 
Mornlngslde School. Singh 

8arago. largo yard. #653J 
iEM STATE REALTY 
ADDISON OFFICE 

1005 ADDISON AVE E 



«a,K« BELOW-3* INTER- 

EsfA^UMABLELOAm^, ^ , ^^1 , 

gralnorlos, and loads 
atorago. All brick homo 
foaturos 5 bedrooms. 2vj 
baths, largo covered patio, 
For lurthor Information call 
Lynn Rasmussen at Gom 
Stale Realty 734-0400 days. 
733-2E07 evenings & week' 

onus. — 



excellent location. 
Fireplace in living room, 
single garage, gas boating, 
double pane windows, very 
nlcoly fenced yard with 
gardonspot. 1671-A. 

GEM STATE REALTY 
ADDISON OFFICE 

1605 ADDISON AVE E 
, 734-0400 



168,500 BEAUTIFUL BRICK 
HOME at a fantastic pricoi 5 
bedrooms, 2 baths, largo 
family room wllh carousel 
fireplace, plus conventional 
Ilropiaco In living room, tots 
of storage, full basement, 
main lloor utltlilos. covoiod 
patio large garden spol. 
double garago. and largo 
lovoly yard. #643- A. • 

GEM STATE REALTY 
ADDISON OFFICE 
1 805 ADDISON AVE E 

7344400 



178,500 LOVELY CONTEM- 
PORARY HOME located 
HacreNEoltown. 
Beautifully decorated, 
sunken living room with 
fireplace, attractive loft over 
lormal dining area, conve- 
nient kitchen with bulll-lns. 
extra largo mas tor bedroom 
i bath with room for. 



GEM STATE REALTY 
ADDISON OFFICE 

1805 ADDISON AVE E 

734-0400 



154,500 JUST LIKE NEW 
WHAT A BEAUTYI 
Boautllully decorated 
throughout, plus 
carpets In spacious rooms, 
lovoly lireplace In I'"'" 
room, efficient kltchon 
bulll-lns, lots ol storage, 
nice utility area with lots of- 
cupboards and sowing aroa. 
4 bedrooms, 2W baths. 
Double garage, brick exteri- 
or, large lovely yard with 
fruit trees and excellent NE 
location. 1008- A. 

GEM STATE REALTY 
ADDISON OFFICE 

1005 ADDISON AVE E 

734-0400 



192,500 BRAND NEW AND 
COMPLETELY G0RGEOUSI 
Another beauty by Lyle 
Frailer you must soc" 
Western style 2 story with 
bedrooms. 2Vi baths, lamlly 
room, study, flroplaco. de- 
luxe kllchon wllh rjlass cook 
top - quality built-in appli- 
ances, plus mlcrowavo, 

Sardon window, wood entry, 
eat pump, lots ol Insulation 
& storage. Double garage, 
largo lot In prime NE sub- 
division. W13-A. 

GEM STATE REALTY 
ADDISON OFFICE 

1605 ADDISON AVE E 

734-0400 



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Out 01 Town Homes 



ASSUMABLE 
nower 3 Bedroom home, 1Vt 
bath, large lamlly room, 
shop or garago attached, 
Double lot, In Wendell, 
143,500. 538-2077. 



BY OWNER- Country homo, 
1.8 A., nice nolghborhood, 1 
bodroom homo. 326-5395. 



EXTRAORDINARY ..... . 

story log houso,,lull baso- 
mont well started barn & 
corrals, fruit trees, 9 lully 
Irri gated acres. 934-4020. 



Handy Realty 

610 So. Lincoln 

ALL BRICK HOME In. good 
northeast location, owner fi- 
nancing available- 12X for 30 
yoars. 160.0O0. Call John. 

NEAHGOLf COURSE- this 3 
bedroom, 3 bath homo with 
Jenn-Airo, mlcrowavo, vac- 
uum nyslom and heal pump 

on2.l3ierfl8.M9.MO- 

'110,000 DOWN and assumo 
BVi% loan on 3 bedroom 
homo with built-in appii- 
ances and air conditioning. 
140,000. 



office...;.., 

Suzanne Warr . . 
BevMorettl .... 

John Koall 

Connie BuidicK . 

Dol Handy 

Jayne Fields ... 



324-4311 

.. 324-5069 
.324-5334 
. 324-4057 
.324-4*39 
.324-4339 
.324-5638 



• 3 bodrooir 
a I V. bolhi 

• Sunkon living 

• Cothodiol loir 



- CALL FOR DETAILS TODAY! 
-T34-0411 



WIU5. INC. 

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JUST LISTED! 2-story 4 
bedroom borne In Klmborty. 
135.000. Betty Milton 734- 
4602 or BLUE LAKES REAL- 
TV 734-2850. 



ONE ACRE in Buhl wllh cozy 
2 Bedroom homo, priced to 
sell II 129,250. Existing 
ttVi\ loan. Has a wood 
burning stove, hardwood 
Floors and lota of 
' 1ARKER 
)r 543-5604. 



TRANSFERRING* Will trade 
120,000 equity In historical 
JBSidMCJLiUrCnljIcaimilOO-. 
Stt% onbalance. Other 

risslble beneflls. Room for 
lamllles and/or business, 
Will barler on anything, evon 
combined items. Especially 
Interested in mobile homes, 
pickups. Write Box_554, Al- 
bion, ID 83311. 8730852 for 
Inlormallon. 



WENDELL By owner, will 
qualify for Farm Home. Full 
uniln. bjmt, 3 bdrm. bath & 
*,10elot,Oe.50Q.53W1S7. 



031 



Out ol Town Homes 



2300 SO. FT. 4 bdrm 2 bam, 
lamlly room. pantry, 
fireplace, 1.3 acre. Take over 
9% loan with siioabio down. 
Discounted for outside 
painting & landscaping. 
187,300. Appralsod ovor 
173,000. 54WS44, M3-6045. 



FANTASTIC SET-UPI 73 acre 
larm locatod close to Twin 
Falls. Includes* approx. 73 
irrigated wllh cement 



037 



Farma 4 Ranches 



"Well Kept 68 Acre Farm" 
noar Buhl. Ideal lor raising 
springer hollers and In- 
cludes lovely homo and out- 
buildings and Is bordered by 
a live stream. Munroe- 
Roblrts R. E. 119 Broadway 
N. Buhl, 543-8606. 

II IN DAIRY SALES 

Baal Estate Unlimited sells 
more dairy property than 

Mil 



anyone else In the valley. 



houso. doublo 6 horrlng- 
bone barn. Froe stalls. Hay 
barn and lots of Improve- 
ments. TERMS. 



FARMS & RANCHES 

Wo have over 60 farm 
available from 40 lo ovoi 30C 
acios In size. Also several 
choice ranches. 

M.L.S. MEMBER 

Call Jack McCall 
Bob Brown lor details 
MARKETING ASSOCIATES 
REALTORS 
734-4875 



For Salo or Trade BY 
OWNER a. nice Grade A 
Dairy larm on 65 acres in 
Morldlan aroa. Land lays 
good, irrigated under gated 
pipe & cement ditch. Now 4 
home. Uko'tolrado lor 

S-27.-C 



"MUST SEE" operation. 15 
aero horso solup with every- 
thing one yoar old or loss. 
Barn, -corrals, and a lovely 
bricH. and frame homo. 
1225,000. 1402BL. 

GEM STATE REALTY 

525 Blue Lakes No. 



OUTSTANDING 



LARGE GRADE A DAIRY, 
now milking ovor 400 head. 
High production. Double 10 
with automatic equipment. 
Cows &. equipment availa- 
ble. 

175 ACRES AT BUHL". Out- 
standing home. Dairy calf 
aot-up. High development 
potential. 



80 ACRES DOUBLE 10. 200 
head of cows available. 
Boumatlc equipment wllh 
2500 gallon tank. 



Barnes Realty 

1043 Blue Lakes North 
73H227— 

Jim Paulson 543-4030 



ROW CROP FARM 

ACRES. Grandvlow. 
Largo fields, no rocks, 18 
wheal lines, 6 hand lines, 
woll and rlvor walor, plus 2 
artesian hot water wells. A 
GOOD PRODUCER! Call Ben 
Eldrodgo 733-1735, or 

ERA* 

Robert Jones Realty 
733MM04or54M222 



DOUBLE 4 HERRINGBONE 
barn wllh- room ■ -tor 
expansion. Nlco 3 bedroom 
home, 20 acres, cows, 
-equipment.- Mondow -Gold 

Grade "A" shipping rights, 

IF YOU'RE INTO HORSES, 
this may be the ideal place 
'or you wllh everything you 
nood. Nlco home with 3 
bedrooms, 2 balhs. garage, 
on 7.4 acros. Entlro acrearje 
Is completely loncod In. 
Horso barn with stalls and 
tack room. Powder flfvor 
corrals, 60 x120 indoor 
arena. Excoilonl location. 

Kay Gilbert 734-a372 

RoxKnodte 543-5990 

JohnTolk 328-5241 

Urry Hughes 733-2271 

JlmVarloy 734-4849 

Jorry Jackson . . . . 324-5922 
Tom Floyd 324-8912 

REAL ESTATE 
UNLIMITED" 
733-6107 



I HAVE SOME BEAUTIFUL 
SMALL ACREAGES.-.yOu'll 
have to see Ihom to believe 
them, and I'd love to show 
Ihom to you al your conve- 
nience. One ol them may bo 
|us1 what your looking lorl 

AFFORDABLE 10-20 Acros 
closo to Jerome. 12250 per 
Acre. 

6 ACRES with a groat vlow. 
Road Ironlago. pond, walor 
rlghti. sprlnklorlrrlQalod. 



Snow drills In the drivoway? 
Don't stop outside . . . plc b 
up your telephono and dial _ 
deal out of Classillod. 733- 

09.11 



AcrearjeaLots 



5 ACRE parcols closo lo 
Buhl. Panoramic vlow, good 
soil with water and pro- 



320 ACRE 5 2 pivots S solid 
set linos. 1360,000 terms. 
Mtn Homo aroa. (206) 845- 
2122. 



ACREAGE with lovoly 4 
bedroom home, elect, heat, 
2 fireplaces 2 baths, family 
room. Joo Young 7344393 
Main Wost Realty, 507 W. 
Main across Irom Safeway, 
734^0555. 



BY OWNER- acroago, new 
codar sided all- olectrlc 
homo, llreplaco, 2 baths, 
lamlly room, 3 minutes Irom 
Twin Falls. Assumablo loan. 
159,050. 733-3763. 



CHOICE building lot, Klm- 
berly Sub., city hook-up. 
80x100'. 17,500.423-4053. 



FOR SALE! 33Vi Acros. ca- 
nyon rim. Call altor 6pm, 
733-71 Bl. 



GENTLEMAN FARMERS 
DREAMI 
1 acre wllh nowor 3 
Bodroom. 2 bath homo. 
Established pasturo with 
corral and shod. Idoal for 
horse or calves. Foncod 



-4-2477. 



SACRIFICE 

Promium 118 acros and 
boaulllul ranch style homo 
with over 2000 squaro feot. 3 
mllos east of Twin Falls. 20% 
down, owner will sacrifice 
lorl375,00O, . 

CALL 733-9211 
LYNW00D REALTY 

fllOB/uoLafrosNortn 



140 ACRES, 140 sharos 
nonhslde walor, sprinkler 
Irrigated, could plant 
polatoos this yoar. Olck 



anytime. 



170 ACRES WITH 2 HOMES. 
Small milking barn & 
oqulpmeni, corrals, 
macnlno shed, 2 gralnories, 
& lull wator shares. Seller 
may trade UP or DOWN, Call 
Jorry Jackson al 324-5922 or 
REAL ESTATE UNLIMITED 
al 733-6107. 



315 ACRES adjoining Inter- 
state, whoolllnes, Improve- 
menls . 438-5274 , 438-5933^ 



41 ACRES wllh oxcollont 
home, now loncos and cor- 
rals, good assumable loan 



72 ACRES IN PRIME larm 
aroa near Filer. House, barn, 
corrals, (encos, stioam and 
" springs. I1BL. 

— Gem oTATE REAtTT 
525 Blue Lakes No. 

733-5338 



HURRYI Bolore wo pul 
these boaulllul bldg. lots 
Into the hands ol roaltora. 
Each plot fronts on good 
county road. SE ol Twin. 
Electricity & lolophone 
along Ironlago. Good prices. 
Torms. Low Inlorost. 734- 
4722. 

NEW HOME ON 2V* ACRES- 
3 bodroom j, 2 baths, 
woodbumlnrj llreplaco with 
thermostat coiilrollod 
oiowor, /oar kltchon has 
Jonn-Alre rango, Whirlpool 
dlshwashor, pantry, aupor 
insulation, eloctric hoat, 
largo doublo garago. 
Locatod botw. Filer I> Buhl. 
Financing available. 156.500. 

MARKETING ASSOCIATES, 
REALTORS 
734-4675 

Irt ACRE parcols Tn 

Paradise Knoll Estates.. 
Blaektop dead-end road, 
good restrictive covenants, 



good 
734-24 



82 ACRES Ol the llnest 
iround available. Very nlco 3 
jedroom homo, good set of 
corrals, full Twin Falls wator 
right, a vory good Invest- 
ment. Call Dick Tucker 
733-7862, Everett Andrews 
328-5053, or Town and 
Country Realtors 733-0716. 



3Vi ACRES 3 bedroom 2 bath 
homo. 147,900. Judy 328-5680 
Main West Realty. 507 W. 
Main across from Safeway, 

734-0555. 

3 LOTS In NORTH STAR 
SUBDIVISION. 110,500 oach. 

324-4134, 

33 ACRES with lull walor, 



35 ACRES bn Snake River 
rim. Owner llnance at 9tt%. 

423-4355. 

40 ACRES NW of Jerome. 
$80,000, 20% down. . Call 

324-4252 ovenlnos. 

5 ACRE View Parcels, Buhl 
aroa. 1750 down. Call 734- 

3555. 

154,500 SPECTACULAR 
VIEW OF THE VALLEY Irom 
all dlroctionsl Only i yoar 
old, and sitting on 1.25 acres 
Is this lovely 3 bedroom. 2 
path home. Flroplaco in 
large living room, boautllully 
decorated, lots of storage. 
n|coJyJaodacaoacLysrcLw"'h. 
UG sprlnkllna. doublo 
garago 8 more. W80-A. 

GEM STATE REALTY . 
ADDISON OFFICE 

1603 ADDISON AVE E 

734-0400 

6.11 ACRES on Snake River 
Canyon with beautiful view. 
CT.OOO. Phone 324-4134. . 
8 ACRES. Good location, 
water rights, 713-8626 alt. 
5pm- anytime wsek-ends. 



5 ACRE LOT with a Splendid 
canyon vlow. This Is an out- 
standing piece of properly, 
and you'll havo to see it to 
appreciate il. 

5 & 10 ACRE buildings sites - 
with a groat view thai are 
priced right. Includes 
■pasture and water shares. 

BUILD in the country on 2 or 
5 Aero lots closo to Joromo. 
Watorsharos. 

DUE lo a very successful 
month I am practically sold . 
oul ol homes. Il you aro 
Interested In any of tho 
'above acreages or II you 
havo a homo Tor salo and 
would liko to discuss listing 
It wllh moptoase call: 
JERRY JACKSON 
Real Estate Unlimited 
7334107 or 324-5922 

IMPROVED BUILDING LOT 
on Laura Circle 112,500. 

733-8384. 733-0871. 

JUST AVAILABLE I Com- 
pletely remodeled 4 
bedroom home on 10 acres 
southwest of Twin Falls, lots 
of living space, redwood 
docks, heat pump, carpeted, - 
Jenn-Alro range, quality 
throughout. Call Jerry 
Jackson at 324-5922 or REAL 
ESTATE UNLIMITED al 
733-8107. 



5 ACRES, SW of Jerome. 
9Vi% assumablo loan. Altor 
6pm. 324-2424. 



Buslneu Property 



CHOICE LOCATIONS 

RETAIL- COMMERCIAL 
INDUSTRIAL- OFFICE 

te Location Services. 
8ulld-to-sult £ toaso-bacK' 
programs. Many sites 
avaliablo: Blue Lakes, Ad- 
dison, Klmberly Rd., elc. 
Contact: Gom Stale Roalty, 
Addison Ave. E.. 734-0400. 



4.000 SQ.FT. GARAGE on 
Main Sireot In Filer, now 
paint booth, good access 
doors, could be used as 
warehouso. Small apartment 
Includod. 126,500. Terms. 
Ownor will llnanco. Call Ed 
at MARKETING 
ASSOCIATES, REALTORS. 
734-4875. 



040 



ComeleryLoU 



0*4 Condomlnlumi For Sale 



Boaulllul Rock Gardet 
condo.. 2 BDR. 2B. vlsv 
overlooks golf course. 
326-43831326-4365. 



045 Mobile Homes For Site 



Firsl Buyers Attention! 
Small equity In almost now 
14x70. Assumablo. Low In- 
torost. Lets tradel 324-3790. 



LIVE AT LAZY J, very choice 
2 bodroom Nashua. Appli- 
ances and somo furniture 
Included In pilco ol 17900. 
Terms and owner will carry. 
Harold 733-6071 Main West 
Realty. 507 W. Main across 
I rom Saloway, 734-0555. 



LIVEABLE 10x50 Mobile/ 
Homo. 2 bodroom, 14100. 
Call 734-2721. 



MUST SELL or rent. Prlco 
reducod. 1979 Mayflower 
8x40. 2 llpouls, 2 bedrooms, 
washer, dryer. AC owning, 
aklrtlnn. easy to movo 4 low. 
73i3202. 



REPOSSESSED 2 bedroom, 
14x64, good shape. 1500 
down, 1180 month. Carte/ 
Homes 733-7553. 



USED M08ILE HOME 
SPECIALI 14x44- 1 Dodroom- 
" 14x15' 2 Bodroom- 
J950O. CARTER HOMES, 
733-7568. 



10x50- GOOD CONDITION. 

needs hot water heater, 

FlrsHiSOO buys II! 324-3407. 



114,000! 1977 BROADMORE 
14x60 2 bdrm. all oloc.„ 
Coleman heal pump, 
flroplaco, soli water unit, 
fully carpotod, sot-up In 
adult park wf skirting, 
awnings, & storage shod. 
Exc. c ondition. 734-8899. 



4x84 FLEETWOOD, 2 bdrm, 
fireplace, bay window, 
washer & dryer. Excellent 
condition. 423-5109. 
1975 FLEETWOOD 24x84 3 
bedroom, 2 bath, carousel: 
S43-87B8. 118,500. 

1977TITAN 

2 BEDROOM, REAL NICE 

ONLYJ7995 

BROCKMAN'S. 
. MOBILE HOMES 

3 mllos north ol Perrlno 
Bridge on -Highway 93 and 
IntbrslateBOJunclion. 
Phono 734-3167 or 324-4203. 



1981 CONCORD 24' wide, all 
electric, storm windows', 
Bhlrinio ' roof, iu nam, 
carpeted, much more. Your 
choice 2 or 3 Bedrooms, 2 
week factory delivery. List 
price 11S.293. Cash sale 
price 118,995. Local delivery 
and settup. Magic Valley 
Moblln and Marina 733-6141. 



t 



Saturday, January 31 ,.1961 Tlmos-Nows, Twin Falls, Idaho B-7 



GUARANTEED RESULTS WANT ADS 

You Sell Your Item - OR - We Refund Your Money 

Horo'i how it work*: Ploco a classified ad in our paper for 7 day. andwo GUARANTEE you will soli rho Itom advertised or wo will run your 
ad 7 more days free OR refund your money. OR ad. mult b. paid within 5 day. after tfaoy are pla.a. Refunds or ad roruns 
must be claimed within 30 days, -Any one Item sold constitutes tf successful qd. Private parties only. Real estate oxcludod. 

■' " - i3i.iNHt 7payi $ 8*° 




045 MobtleHomos For Sale 



Crcstridgo mobilo homo, 
24x52 (1240 sq. ||.) at Lazy J. 
w/12x12 allactiod Insulated 
shop, porch S carport. On 
cornor Jot w/lawn sprinkling 
systom. Fbaturos spacious 
plan. 2 baths, boat pump, 
precipitin, water softener, 
kitchen w/appllanccs. 733- 

6698. 

1960 14x56' all oloctrlc. extra 
insulation, nlco carpet, 
coolor. shod, adult park. 



Rentals 



Fum. House) 



AVAILABLE ' Fab. 1, 
furnished or unlurnlshod 
moblto homo In lamlly court. 

3 bdim, 2 bath, (or rent or 
sale. Security deposit re- 
qulrod.733- 04& uny tlmo. 
HAZELTON- Nlco lurnlshod 
1 bodroom homo. Carpoted. 

flardon spo t. 423-510 4. 

NE OF BUHL- 2 bedroom 
homo partially (urnistiod. All 
oloctrlc, garden spot, S22S 
month i damage &. clean up 
dnposlt. No pots. 543-5004. 



1 BEDROOM HOUSE, 
(urnlshod. Call 733-5413 bo- 
t woon4proa.6pm. 

2 BORM MOBILE HOME, 
turn., prlvato lot. no pots. 
1125. 423-5203. 

051 Untum.HouiBsForBen l 
1 BEDROOM Homo In 
Joromo. 1125 month + 150 
dnposlt. B ortln, 3 24-3520. 
A CUTE 2 BEDROOM, good 
storage. 221 VanBuion. J250. 

734-5220. 

ATTRACTIVE 3 bdrm brick 
homo, lamlly • room, 
llroptaco, garago, stovo, 

' dishwasher. Quint aroa. 

.1350/mon. No pots.- -Call 
Globo 73 3-2620 or 733-2546. 
BEAUTIFUL Townhouso, NE 
location, Idoal lor family. 
Cathodinl colling living room 
wfllroplaco. 4 bdrm. 3 bath, 
ISundry. lamlly room, 
garago, whirlpool . appl, 

I on cod yard. 733-3430. 

BUHL: 3 BEDROOM, now 
control gas heat, llroptaco. 

543-4121 Sam-5pm. 

CAN YOUalford (150 or loss 
por month payments? NO 
MONEY DOWNU Closing " 
costs 1500 or loss. Than you 
can own a now 3 bedroom 
homo ■ in Klmborly or 
Joromo. Call Jacobs Con- 
alructlon.lnc. 733-7900. 
CLEAN. 2 bdrm homo lor 
rani, w/stovo & Irlg. Call 

after Bpm 733-9019. 

CLEAN 2 BEDROOM closo 

'to school. W/D Hook-up. 
1200 + doposlt. 733-3547. 



CUTE 2 bdrm. Ilropl., appl, 
yard, garage, 178 Rose St. N. 
734-9040 or 734-3821 altorS. 



EXCELLENT. 2+ bedroom, 
closo to town. Appliances. 
Foncod back yard. 1250 + 
Hop. 734-0337, 734-6551. 
EXCELLENT LOCATION- 3 
bedroom w/basomont, 
garago,.gardon. 1350 + 1200 
doposlh No ppts.- Rolor- 
oncos. 1633 Granada near 

Sflwloolh Schoo l. 

FOR RENT In Klmborly, 3 
bdrm house, largo loncod 
yard, garden space, availa- 
ble March 1.1200 + deposit. 
4 23-5785 torshowlng. 
FOR RENT OR LEASE: Like 
now 3 bedroom homo, 1325 
plus doposlt. 733-7336. 
FOR RENT: 3 bdrm, nowly 
romodolod. now carpot. By 
schools 8 Swonsons. Utility 
room. 1250 + dop. BB6-2324 

boloroorallorS. 

CP. _J?.SN.t-J~plush 3, 



bedroom homo. Garden tub, 
-kltohon- appliances, hoal 
pump. 1330 monthly. 734- 

MTOMon.thiu Frl. . 

For Salo or Rent;-Nlce clean 
2 bedroom country homo, 

Srago, outbuildings. 1,100 
-.-I* ■ 1at Jl latl nnnth 



bath, garage, loncod lot with 
garden.- 1320 month + de- 
posit. NO pots. 423-5007. 



Ml Unfum. HoujnsForflent 



IN HANSEN- 3 bdrm, lull 
basamont, near store. 1240 
+ de posit. Al ter 6, 733-6589 
IN KIMBERLV- 2 bdrm, largo 
living room, loncod cornet 
lot. 1240 month + deposit. 

■Atte r6, 7336569. 

KIMOERLY. Now 3 BDRM. 2 
up S 1 down, basement. 2 
full baths, lamily room. SJ375 

.+ dep. 423-4337. , 

NE OF BUHL- beautiful 3 
bodroom, all oiocuic, 
llroplace. carpoted. double 
garago. River view. 2 acres 
pasture. References p.-o- 
icrrod. 1350 month & dam- 
ago & cloan-up deposit. NO 
pots. S43-5 O04.' 
NEAT I story remodeled 
homo. 137 Austin. 1175 + 150 

depo sit- 733-0070. 

NEWLY romodolod 2 bdrm. 
carpels, drapes, appliances, 
utility room, gas lurnace, 
Schrador stovo, stotm win- 
dows, garage, foncod yard. 
210 Filer. 1295, 423-5411. 

734-4B23. 

SHARP 2 BEDROOM HOME, 
1225 month. Days 734-3200; 

even ings 733-64 SO. 

SMALL 2 bodroom house. 
Carpels and drapes. Water 
turn No pots . 733-5090. 
SMALL 2 bdrm house, 1135 
month, 175 cleaning. Call 
Joromo 324-1166 nltor 7pm . 
WANTEO: 4 bedroom rental 
homo with large lot. OK II 
house Is for sale. Call Vern 

Siller 734-5000. 

135 CHESTNUT N. Klmborly 
3 bedrooms. 2 car garago, 
nlco patio. 1290 per month 

Klus doposlt. Call Gem State 
pall y 733-5330. - 



Reasonably priced. Garden 
spot. Very cloan. UN & 1160 
+ deposit. 324-2834. 

2 BEDROOM house 2 miles 
from Buhl. 1150 por month. 
543-4762, 543-6583. 

3 BDR, full bsmt, large 
foncod yard, 1300/mo + dop. 

Reloroncos. 734-2944. 

3 SDRM, large fenced yard, 
Mornlngsldo aroa. Contral 
alr.l32 5fmo. + d op. 733-5414. 



3 BDRM 2 story homo, now 
carpots, drapes, stovo & Irlg 
I ncluded. 1210. 734-3142. 



3 Bodroom. basemont. 
garago, llroplace. 1275 
month. Call Evorgroon Roal- 
t y t 734-3200. 



lull basomonl, huge! 
troos, garden spot, doubio 
garago. shop. 1350 month. 
j7_5 dopoaM. 734-8100. 



053 



Fum.ApLiOuplexei 



2 DUPLEX apartmonls: 7 
kitchen apartmonls; Conve- 
rsant location. Singles or. 
working couplos. 145-160 
wook.733-62B4. 



AVAILABLE SOON, cloan 1 
Bodroom. 1150 + doposlt. 
Somo utilities paid. 734-6551. 
733-5605. 



CLOSE to shopping, (urn 
studio apt w/prlvaio bath. 
ulll'slurn. 733-3637. ' 



DUPLEX-furnlshod. l\bdrm, 
cloan, somo utlllllosl paid. 
1150 + deposit. Available 
now. 733-6819. 



FURNISHED - V ... 
Twin Falls apt. Contral loca- 
tion. 1165 month + doposlt, 
432-5361 cotloct. 



NICE 1 bodroom luinlshod 
apartment, - utilities Incl., 
reasonable. 734JM3. 



JEROME: Nlcoly cameled 1 
bodroom apt., boat i water- 
lurnlshed, laundry (acuities 
available 1165 + 175 clean. 



NEWER largo 3 bdrm 2 bath. 
Fum./unlurn. Cholco aroa. 
734-4663.733-1359. 
NEWLY REMODELED 1 
bdrm furn. apt. Adults pre- 
lorred. No pots. Inquire 503 
3rd Ave. E. 



BEDROOM APARTMENT, 
r oal nlco. Call 734-6039 — — 
1 BEDROOM Basement Apt., 
single adult, 1135 month, 
Utilities l ur nlshod. 733-7243. 
1 BEDROOM furn, J15Q;"1 
BEDROOM unfurn. apt. 1120. 
Deposit required. Closo to 
city Library. 733-5637. 
1 YEAR old Vlvllar'35mm 
camera wfSOOmm lolophoto 
Ions, 1275. Hash attachment 
S, automatic shutter spoed. 
324-2463 or 733-7445, 



052 Furn. Apt. & Duplexes 



KIMBERU APARTMENTS 
Furnlshedl Bdrm, 1110 

423-6183 

LOOKING FOR A HOUSE OR 
APARTMENT? Call Ouillel's. 
733-29x0. 



054 U filurn.A pl. tDupleie i 
ALL ELECTRIC duplex, 2 
bdrms, don, all appliances. 2 
baths, garage, sprinkler 
Adults. No pots. 12" 

clean in g lee. 73 36061. 

ATTRACTIVE clean 2 bdrm 
adult apt., appllancos. 
lights, water lurnisned. HQ 

pots. 733-5090. 

ATTRACTIVE 1 Bodroom 
apartment. Appliances, 
water, garbage. 1170 + 1100 
doposlt. Wasnor/dryor 
hookup. Call 733-29 73. 
CHERRY WOOD APT'S now 
taking applications lor wait- 
ing list. 1 2 & 3 Bedroom 
townnouse apartments. 25% 
o( Incomo to qualified 
applicants. Equal Housing 
Opportunity. 2026 Elliabein 

A otllHor 733-353 2. 

NEW 1 Bodroom Apt., no 
pots or childron You fuvo fo 
see la boliaval 733-6185 



DM Untum. Apt S Duoleif* 

e"xCEPTI0NAL 2 bedroom. 
Dishwasher, refrigerator, 
range. Private utility with 

hOCk-JOS. Ail* CG'r.d. West cl 

CS1. Adults.' no pots. 1260 
month. 166 CresMew Dr. 

734-6360. 

FOR RENT partially' 
■furnished- cleen — S—t ' 
duplox, auached gai 
fenced back . yard. 1225 
month + 1100 cleaning der 

posit. 7 34-6422 

IN FILER- Uko new 1 bdrm 
apt., appliances V water 

lur nished ]2&M721. 

JERQME-Supor 2 bdrm 
w (carpet & drapes, stove. 
Irlg. dishwasher, trash 
compactor, fireplace. *w/d 
hook-up & garage 1275 * 
1100 cleaning deposit 324- 

7204 , 32<-75a6 1 324-518J 

LUKES MGNT; Large Au- 
dio's & 1 80R Apis Heal, 
walor. sieve, relrig.- 734-5325, 

733^853^ 

LUXURIOUS LIVING in Irws 
beautiful 2 bedroom. 2 ojrn 
townhouso apartment 
Fireplace, formal dining, 
cenlral Wr. double garago. 
apptiancos. loncod yard, 
water & sanitation A yard 
" — No pels For 



NEW ALL ELEC. 2 bdrm 
duplex in Jerome. Includes 
stove. Irlg.. utility area In 
each unit, garage. No pets. 
1250 mcnlh * JIM deposit. 
Na* av li'^hle^^jiWO. 
NEW SPACIOUS 2 Bdrm 
duplex. Fully carpolci, rol. 
range, dishwasher turn. 
ClcscC-ln CJracc. a!! 
services turn. 734-5542 



NICE studio. 1115 + 160 dep. 
Washcr/dryor Carpoted. 
Inq, Apt 16-732 2nd Avo N . 

734 : /790ojrej : 

NO . DEPOSIT REQUIRED. 
APTS. & HOUSES. FROM 

^TOlJWJ^mXI. 

ROO M MATES V/ anled to 
371370" 2OTTT-5Q tr TDU^L'" 
Microwave, Jonn-Alro. 
dishwasher, .wairicrfdryer, 
2 fireplaces.' moro. 1125. 
pkis_sharo utilities 733-5162. 



SOUTH MEADOWS APT'S. 
now taking applications lor a 
wailing list, 1 Bcdioom S 2 or 
3 Bodroom townhouso apt's. 
25S ot income to qualilied 
applicants^ Equal Housing 
Opportunity. 475 Caswell 
fW3_W_ .^pJi4^9j)£734 J 7327. 
STUDIO Apt partly lurn. 
1110: 1 BDRM Apt. partly 

turn, 1100 714-9652. 

STUDIO HOUSE, private. 

734JieiallBt 6pni . 

WENDELL: 2bdjm apt., gas 
stovo, oloc. heat. 1150 * 
doposit. 536-64a7"vfinmos. 



WINDWOOD APARTMENTS 
Now taking applications tor 
1. 2 and 3 bdrm townhouso 
apartmonls 75\ ol incomo 
to qualilied applicants. 

Joromo 3.24-5107 

YOU DESERVE THE MOST 
lor your rcnlal dollar! Como 
let us snow you ono ot our 
spacious apartmonts. 
Swimming pool, boautilully 
landscaped. Call 734-41B5, 

Laur_e2Pafk Ap_a rimonls. 

1- and 2- BDRM apis, in 
downtown Filer Somo 
lurniture. 1135 & 1160 + 150 
rtnooslt. 731-6107 or 324-6912. 



CW Unlum.ApU Duplexes 

i"B0RM" Apl". | "li 35 / rno"i 170 
dop. Wasitd rdryor, Inq 

X"6 232 2a€ Avo N..-734- 

1 ' BDRM seml-lurnishod 
Duplex, carpeting, wator 6 
sanll., H4Q/mo . 733-2733. _ 

2 BDRM all elec. duplox, igo 
Hmcod'yafarnoar shopping 

centers, walor & aanli. 
lurnished. Working coupio 
prolorrod. 1225 month. 1100 
cleaning dep. 733^361. 
2 BDRM apartment. Cathe- 
dral coiling over living room 
S master" bdrm ,~Vh batns.- 
buili-ln appl. carpots, 
drapes, (275 + 1150 security 

deposit. 733.5374. 

'2 Bdrm Duploxos. 1150-1235 

160 Borah/712 BluoUkos 
2 Bdrm apt. 1160 month 
SUNRISEPROPERTIES 

733-063 

2 BEDROOM basomonl 
apartment, stovo & Irig. 
lurnlsJ}edJ^oj!^s^733j039j. 

3 BDRM duplex. - Twin, 
garage, stove, dishwasher, 
disposal, carpoted. Water 
paid. No pots. 1295 month + 

deposjl J»«76, j 

3 BDRM DUPLEX, 2 baths, 
laundry room, bultl-lns, 
prlvato yard, 3 yrs old. 
Garage, oloc. oyo, 1320 
month. 734-7035. ^ 



Klm borly Rd. 
SHARE SIZEABLE nlco trail- 
er home, roasonabio. no 
drlUflf Alter 6Dm734-4489. 



056 



Rooms For Rent 056 Olflco & Business Rental 



2 ROOMS lor rent in new 
doublowldo mobilo homo, 
complete w/washer, dryer & 
kltchon facilities. 1150 
month. 734-5731 or 436-5933 



Rental MobileHome) 



CLEAN. CaMFORT/$L.£_2 
bodroom, lurnished. somo 

u^iojrJ^li633J 234. 

NICE 2 BDRM 12x60 mobilo 
homo In Filer. 1150 month + 
deposit. No pots. Rolor- 

once s_. 326:5667. 

3- BEDROOM, 1U.balhj-in 
lamlly park. 543-6459 , 734- 
1571attor6. 



OH Office SBulin euRen lal 
OFFICE BUILDING lor rent. 
1120 sq. It. Contact; An- 
dorson Blako Fay Insurance, 
529 Main Avo East. Twin. 

73JMB1V 

OFFICE SPACE- 600 sq.lt. . 
oxcollont Addison E. loca- 
tion Nowly dacorated. 
Parking. Eirtrasl 1250 mo,, ill 
util. paid. 733-1430. 734-2627. 
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT. 
Largo, prlvato ontranco, 
conleronco room, secretary 
time, prime location, park- 
ing. Super packago. Call 

734-2550. 

PRIME OFFICE" 720 sq.ft.. 
Addison Avo. E. across Irom 
Albertson's. Ph. 733-9102 

3IM~ SQ.FT. 10 "6 100* SOFT . ■ 
plus full basements wllh el- 
evators In downtown Filer, 
1275 to 1550 monih. 
RenlfLeaso opllon or Salo. 
Roal Estate Unlimited 733- 
6107or324^912. 



SHOP. 2400 sq II- 12' high 
ovorhoad door, heat pump, 
lluoroscont lirjfils. good 
location on main 
throughway. 1400 month 
733-2282. ask for Mary: 324- 
7325 eves or wook-ends. 



063 



WanlToRent 



WANTED TO RENTI Wo are 
a marrlod couple, late 20's.. 
oarly 30's. cloan. rosponsi- 
blo. no children; 1 cat: Wo 
n?ed a.3 BDRM homo or a 2 
BDRM wlbasemont: would 
llko 1VJ-2 baths, carpol & 
drapos. Wo hvo own appt. 
Must have garage. 1325 mo. 
or undor. would consider 
loaso. w'option lo buy. 
734-6092 until 6pm then 
734.B152. Wo are. tired ot 
looking at shacks 



Mobile Home Space 



TRAILER SPACES: TF area. 
All oloctrlc or gas, cabto TV 
6 phono available Will han- 
dle 14x70' trlr's S smaller. 
733-1386 bolween 10am-5pm . 



Merchandise 



067 Merchandise 

VIRGINIA, lormor owner, ol 
Torosa'3i3 30lllng3lio6and 
10 designer's wardrobe • 
Sato starts Monday. Ploaso 

call tor an a ppo I nt m em. . 

BRUNSWICK & LANCER 
POOL TABLES, now & used, 
accessories. sales A 
sorvlco. James Clark 733- 
Sfiflt . 




Below you will iind many services available Irom Magic Valley 
Businesses Check with -our Service Directory when you're in 
need ol ft professional . The lirftis below offer the finest in service' 
and Quality products Check with one and see' 



Houso 6 buslnosses. Roa- 
sonabio rates. Roloroncos 
given. Ph. 734-1963. 



We havo a boltqr way ol 
doing 111 Call Walt or Karon, 
734-4M<5: or stop In & see us 
at 633 Bluo Lakes Blvd. N. 
ADVANCED MODULAR . 
STORAGE 

Now tonllng units In sovoral 
dimensions, 733-5302 or 
734-4874. 



Mohr Backhoo Sorvlco. Top 
soil, rock, dirt moving, 
soptlc systems, oxcavatlon. 

7334 341. 

BACKHOE WORK 

Excavation, fill, demolition 
work. Soptlc systems. Dick 

Pooler. 734-4766 . 

BUILD REPAIR REMODEL 

Small jobs a specialty. For a 
prlco you can live with. 

703-2177. 

BUILDING' REMODELING 

All (ypos construction. 
Rough to finish. Specialties. 
734.2578or326-5fl69. 



CHIMNEYSWEEP 



Inloiior & oxlorior painting, 
rooming, & emergency ro- 
pairs. Bonded 6 Insured. Wo 
welcome Insurance & real 
oslalo work. D'.ck Erdmann 

423-5215. 

DHYWALL ( 

Servicing- Sun> Valley & 
Magic Valley. Complete 
drywall service, 324-7625. 
ECONOMY FURNACE 

Chimney & (roe standing 
stovos cleaned. Experi- 
enced. Roasonabio. 733- 

7234. ■ ' 

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 

"Wo Plizo PrjODfo," 
SHELLING & SNELLING. 
1033 Shoshcno Sircet North, 
Twin Falls, Idaho. 734-2550. 
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

NEW HORIZON'S 
PERSONNEL. Wo can help 
YOU find tho right lob. Real- 
istic fees. 400 Shoshone) 
Slrool South. 73MSM. 



Professional work. Free 
ojlimatos. Antiques Doug hi 
i sold. Bodavs Aniiquo Al- ■ 
_N:,_63a_Ma!n_AviLN_73i-- 

8464a 



New bultding, remodeling, 
console, rooting, Urce or 
small Iocs. Call 324.7293. ' 
GRAVEL CRUSHED AND PIT 
HUN-TOP SOIL 

We will deliver. Drain field 
aowor . rock. Northwest 
Craneand Rigging. 733-1234. 



Repairs (olocklcal appli- 
ance, carpontry. windows), 
painting, hauling, doiivory, 

cioan^jp. 734-C7Pa. 

INTER-TAX SERVICES. INC. ■ 

Exporloncod lax p'roparor 
will do taxes In your homo. 
Call lor appl. 733-3057. 



A Pononal Personnel 
Sonlco- 260 Sixth Avo. 

North, 733-7152. 

JONES GLASS 

Commorclal 6 Residential. 
Free estimates.' Storm 
windows & doors. 734-6755 
or alter hours 423-5195. 
326-4025. 



Furniture upholstery. 2 W. 
Highway 30 across Irom 
Jorry's Gun Shop. 734-3535. 
John Matnoy. 



Thorapoullc massage only. 
For on appointment, call 
Mark orSuo, 543-6324. 
MINI STORAGE UNITS 

Nood storage spaco?? 
-Chook— our— monthly— 5 - 
. seasonal ratos...Contury 
Automotlvo Machine, 733- 



Spbclatlzlng In Coloman. 
Duothorm, Intorihorm, & 
Wosco furancos. 24 hour 
- sorvlco. Youngs Healing & 
Cooling, 734-6728. 



Quality work, roasonabio 
rates. Free estimate. Call 
1 0AM to 1DPM, 733-7646. 
PERSONAL SERVICES 

Massages, messagos, or- 
rands. companion, escort. 

734-6738. 

PORTABLE WELDING 
Ropalr dairy S farm oqulp- 



qnd lood mangors. 5 

PROFESSIONAL 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



Kon Sondlfor. Will photo- 
graph anything, anytime. 
anywhoro. Phone 324-7811. 
QUALITY MASONRY 

Will do all typos ol brick, 
stone, & block work. 
Flroplaco & brick voneor 
specialists. Flnost quality 
worthnanship. 733-3337. 
TAXES 

Individual, Farm 6 Buslnoss. 
Call lor appolnlmont after 

2pm, 324-5312. 

THE ANIMAL HOUSE • t - 
Prolesslonei all breed . 
grooming J 

A cul abovo the rest. 733- 
" 0634. "Pickup "4 delivery 

av ailable. 

THE TV DOCTOR 

Grand opening! Froo 
ostimalos. All sorvlco guar- 
anteed. .50% discount to 
social security clllzons. 
734-9188. 



TREE REMOVAL 



Tree and stump removal. 
Wood spill. Dick Pooler. 
734-4786. 



Trimming, Topping, Re- 
moval 6. Stump removal. 
423-4792. 



Trimming, removing, limbs 
cul & lowered hydraullcatly. 

733-2511or734 - 1286. _ 

-WALLPApER HANGING 

Exporloncod. Froo 
estimates. Roasonabio 
r alos. 734-5596 or 733-9349. 
WALLPAPERING AND 
INTERIOR PAINTING 

Clalroon & Boa aro stilt at 
It-wlih 25 years oxporloncol 
423-<B92or 733-6990. 



Your Service or Busineiss 
can beiTsied in this " 
Directory Daily 

3 lines $OQ50 
30 Days . . . aVU 




B-J3 Tlmo3-Now3, Twin Falls. Idaho Saturday, January 31, 1981 




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Farm Seed 



ALFALFA SEED (or spring 
planting, tap quality. limited 
nmouni In some varlnlies. 
Also want to buy toil cutter 
boo boards w/boos. Call 
73MUJ. 



" FILLED BEE BOARDS, 
empties, shell 
need lo polllnalo Alfalfa 
Holds (or seed. 733-1052 
733-1519- 



FOR SPRING PLANTING wo 
__!uYO.alLirifl-POpular puPe. 
varieties of ailalla lor ihe 
Mafllc . Valloy. Ranger. 
Lahonton, Washoo & others. 
Also Dokalbs new 117 brand. 
Twin Falls call Art Knudson 
734-0450. 733-8680; Kim- 
borly-Chartes Kllmes 423- 
." 5a5S;Jofome,PaulBockni»fi 
314-2147; Murtaugh. .Frank 
Nobokor <32-£519: Wondell 
Ray McCor'd- 538-7073; or 
' BlackfooWohn Shobe 65+- 
4159. 



Kay. Grain & Feed 



ALFALFA. 1st. 2nd. . . 
cuttings. Approximator 1500 
I on. Call 324-418 6. 
ALFALFA- 43 ton 2nd. 42 ton 
3rd, top dairy hay. No rain. 
Lna fy, lgo balov 32<-B45 7. 



ALFALFA- 1st cutting. Ap- 
proximately .170 ton. Easy 
access. 73-W59. 326-5737. 



ATTENTION FEEDERS! 
Custom tub. grinding, sta- 
tionary or transporting ol all 
typos ol Ailalla Forage, 
i&flisi or 473-5157. 



FOR SALE 350 Ion llrst or 
- socond crop tiay. will lost at 
buyor'a roouost. 352-465S. 



HAY FOR SALE! Appro* 140 
Ion, 1st 2nd A 3rd cutting. 
Urge bains. After 4pm, 
" 25-5051. 



QUALITY HAY, 13.50 per 
bale. 2 south 4 ft east In 
— Motorv taw cornet.- 733 -6876 



■ STRAW FOR SALE. 7>2774, 



STRAW wilt! -now soodlng- 
2000taf Qo balos. 423-615 8. 
THIRD CUTTING hay, 60 ton 

1234005. 

TOP QUALITY 1st cuttint 
alfalfa, 50 ton. 7 N.. U w. o 
Jerome. 175-324-5062. 



WANTED TO BUY: OARLEY 
& WHEAT. 886-2087. Allor 7 
pm 886-2568. 



1ST CUTTING ii.M bale. 
3RD CUTTING 12.50 Alls, 
any amoun t. 543-5801. 



100 ACRES HAY for said; 
llrst. second, & third. 328- 
5123nvnn lngv 



. .150 TONS 3rd crop hay. 100 
lb. + bales. 4.000 bale 
straw . 32 4-3818 morning, ; 
230 + TONS top quality 1st 
and 2nd hay. South ol Kim- 
boily . 423-A 729 mornin g: 



230 TON vory good ,hay 
.. some 1st, all ot 2nd & al' 
.. 3rdcut llnQ. 73<-0973 . 



-3,000 BALES 1960 hay. 450 
balos grass hay.. 900 bales 
1079 Hay'. Doe, Star Routo 
Mftckqy ID 58B-3028. 



300 TONjjMsI S Tnd crop 
Altalla: UMst lor loss: 170 
tons Barmy; 50 tons Whoat. 

324-5344. - 

50. TON oxcollont quality llrst 
& eecond cutting Allalta hay. 
no rain. 543-8597. 



50 TON 1st 2nd 3rd protoln 
l asted. Call 7334230., 



Finns For Rent 



WANT TO LEASE- DAIRY to 
hrandlo up to 100 cows, wllh 
or- without houso. available 
anytime botwoon now 4 
Juno 1st. Wrllo or phone 
Evan Rico, R1. 1 Box 228 A, 
Salmon, Id. 756- 4171. 



WANT TO RENT a farm 60 to 
200 acios. Have own 
equipment & llnancos. Flier, 
Twin of Buhl area. Wrlto Box 
L-28, cfo Times Nows. 



WANTED! Farm to 
Murtaugh-. Hanson area. Full 
.line of Tate modol larm ma- 



WANTEDI Farm ground to 
rani In Buhl or Lucorno area. 
Cash font oi sh arp- 543-8597. 
" WANTED farm land to rent In 
Joromo-Edon-Haiolloi 



102 



Cattle 



AHGUS BULLS- production 
records. Birth woanlng 6 

K" oarllnq wolghts. Pioneer 
lord, Spring Covo Ranch, 

Blis s . 352-4 202.. 

BRANGUS BULLS for salo. 2 
- 4 years old, good soloction. 
702-752 -3433. 



DAIRYMEN and cattto 
reodors- Is barley and corn 
getting oxponslvo? Avalta- 



seed, almond nulls, grape 
pumaco, and boot pollols. 
Cotton sood and beet 
pellets In stock all tho limes. 
Ask about delivery any- 
-—wttef eri ir Idatror C* i ■- »3i- Duf S - 

■ ( or quotas. 

DAN SHANK" 
■ & SONS ANGUS . 
Roolstorod and commorclal 
bulls tor salo. 

,^320-6338 or 326-4271 _ . 
"~4 two yoar old roplstered 
Herotord .Bulls. W3-402B, 
Robert Goll. . 



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Just Call 
733-0931 



FIFTY crossbred stock 
cows. Socond call to mlddio 
ago. Prog tested 7 A 8 
months. Robert Schutto, 
Buhl. 543-5214. 



FOR SALE; Holsloln spr- 
Ingor hellors. cows, breed- 
ing bulls, & open hellers. 
Call Don Harris at 324-5860. 



GOOD SELECTION 
0FM0DERATETYPE 
REGISTERED 
ANGUS BULLS 

1 2 YEAR OLDS 
■ 18 MONTH OLDS 
' & YEARLINGS 

JIM BR00KS&S0N 

Haiolton. Idaho 
fl29-501Bor 828-5174 



HEREFORD 4 BALLY cows, 
some, slmmontit cross, 
most call within 60 days. All 
prog lostod & .vaccinated: 
2nd to 4th call, B34-M82 
iys. 0 34-490 4 flyos , 



HOLSTEIN Springer holfors 
& cows (or salo. Largo 
soloction on hand' at all 

>. 324-2250. 



HOLSTEIN CALVES 

FOR SALE 
CAL L 32 4-5048 
HOWARD'S Angus Ranch 
Roglstored and commorclal 
angus bulls. 

C31IS43-4S1 5 



POLLEO Horolord Bulla lor 
salo. Kon MacLeod, 625- 
5135, Edon. 



BEG. ANGUS COWS, 
hollars & Dulls. 934-5047 or 
034-6552. 



REG polled Keratord bulls, 
oxcollanl - 'breeding. Call 

B25-5633 or B2 5-S234 

REGISTERED HEREFORD 
BULLS, coming 2's. perfor- 
mance teslod. Clean podt- 

Sroos. Jim Eakln Here'ords, 
oromo, 786-4061 or Keith 
Hill. 53 8-2 021. 



REGISTERED Hereford 
bulls. Larry Llckloy Joromo. 
324-2005. 



REGISTERED Milking Short 

horn ye - 

sm ooth, 



REGISTERED MILKING 
SHORTHORNS- excellent 
dual purpose typo. 2 young 
cows, 2 springer hollers, 
yearling bull. Snow quality. 
Ideal for small dairy. 4-H 
project, family cow, or nurso 
cow. Hand mllkod. halter 
broke, vary gentle. Calve 
Apr-July. 934- '*" - 



SAWDUST lor cattlo bed- 
ding. 543-6070. 



SIMMENTAL RANGE 
BULLS. Production tested. 
Summorod on grass. Fertili- 
ty lostod. 

Hoi Sp ring s Ranch 934-5560 



300 to 400 IB. hollers. Chuck 
Pettorson 324-3331, 2 N. 2vi 
Eol Jerome. 



USED Powder River Calf ta- 
J35Q. Call 662-3876 
ovonlngs. 



10 HEAOroa Horolord 2 yoar 



hotter 



IARK 



DONALD-LINE ONE X bred 
lo STRAIGHT LINE ONE 
SIRE. 15 -head roglstorod 
Mark Donald cows, biod lo 
straight Mark Donald Sire tor 
March 1 calving. Jim Eakln 
Herofords. Jorome, 788-4081 
or Kollh Hill. 536-2021. 



35 BLACK ANGUS, 5 short- 
horn hollars bred to 
horolord bull. Calvo March 1. 
Barton Sonnor 543-4842. 



425 HEAD of ocoptlonal 
largo closo-up hoistoln 
springing hollers, bred 7 
months, weigh 1200 tbs. Can 
805-542-4091. Near Sioux 
Falls, S.. Dakota. 



104 



Hci'isj 



ALL TYPES OF' HORSES 
bought, sold, traded. Plenty 
ol _yj3ung^o.oldlngs. REN 



FOR SALE 9 yr old regis 
terod gofdlng, mako ofTor 
423-5612evos. 



teM.Xpm 
.734-4681 



TINK JONES- for horso 
broaklng"* training. Weir' 
Acros- 324-6031, 324-6382. 



WE ' PAY CASH lor used 
saddles & lack, Vlckor'i 
Saddlorv. 733>709a. 



(2) PUREBRED Arablai 
mares- 8 yr old w/pjpers. 3 
vrnidwiooififfra. 324-5809. 
f YEAPvpid registered mor 
■ ighbfod gelding lor sale 
.117344936. 



Call 



105 



Hcrs aEq.lprr.enl 



CLEARANCE- 196016' horso 
& slock trailers. Only 3 toll. 
Starling at only 12295.00. 
Hllchln Post Trailers, Klm- 

berl y, 423-407 9 

1976 W.W. Horso trailer. 31' 
gooseneck with living 
quarters. Heavy duty ailos. 
se»28M. .. .. .. .. . 



AMBITIOUS young rogis- 
lorod pelted dorset rams S 
owes. 537-3363 ovonlngs. 
(Mountai n Homo) . 



APPROXIMATELY 100 bred 
owes, lamb In April. 190. 
5434724. 



112 



Jrrlgalion 



ATTENTION FARMERS 
DEMAND IS GOOO 
for used Irrigation equip* 
monl. See Intetrnountain Ir- 
rigation Supply for your now 
purchases AND got top 
dollar on your usod equip- 
ment, 

■Thundorbird wheel linos 
"ZlmmallClatoralSSplvOlS 
• PVC mainline 
■ Pumps 

INTERMOUNTAIN 

IRRIGATION SUPPLY 

RUPERT. IDAHO 

436-9611 

CENTER RISER handllnos 
127.50 each; Aluminum 60' 
riser pipe. 8" 12.25, 8"Jl,e5. 
537-421 f. 



DUNROAMIN CONCRETE 
Now Mfg. 16" Rubber 
Gasket ccriooio pipe 
(moots sialo & ASTM 
specs), ' Pro-lab Junction 
boxes & pump sumps- lecd 
bunks. Best prices in Ihe 
Vatioyl 

JOHN REMSBERG 
. 225 East 100 North 
Rupert Idaho 

t&wn 

-FARMORE IRRIGATION! Wo 
have PVC gatod pipe, all 
sizes. Excellent prices. 
3 24-3341. 

GATED PIPE 

ALUMINUM PIPE PRESSING 

Southside Irrigation . 

Marvin Gartner 
^ 326-4 197 

• GATED PIPE 

• Aluminum, Plastic. 
4 Fiborstrong 

• Plastic Burled Pipe 

• Pipelines, pipe trailers 
Let us design your system 

BOB BAILEY 
PIPE SALES 

- 2ViWoslol Hospital 

-733-4013 

THINK SPRING! 
'Gated Pipe' 

PVC and. aluminum. Amolh 

Mara' Products 543-4777. 

USEO WHEEL LINES, somo 
8'. T wheel:. Call Falls Ir- 
rlgatlon Co., 734-3130, 



WANTED 200 linos or so o'l 
3" solid sot sprinkler pipe, 
usod, Smith Irrigation. 233- 
0360 weekdays. " 775-3589" 
evos. * 



Machinery, dairy cows, ir- 
rigation, metal buildings, 
dairy oqulpmont. industrial, 
personal vahlclos. Access 
al all linos of new I used 
equipment. 

Loaso. lease to buy. sales, & 
laaso backs, canciiianal 
sates. All available far long 
lerm financing. 

CALL 208-734-6645 

G&G Sales & Leasing 

451 EASTLAND 
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO 



AGRICULTURAL 
FINANCING 
AVAILABLE 



dairy 

oqulpmont, and Interim 
money. Contact Morris Irish. 
FMA Ag. Leasing, office 
837-642l,Tiome54W414,Box 
05. Hagorman, Idaho 

TtTentTonIdaihymenT 

Stalls & pipollno aro in stock 
at all times. Magic Valley 
Dairy Su pply. 32 4-4381 



Make an OFFER- Beat 
harvotoro parts including 150 



restore & 2-row Gamca 



067 MIscollaneougForSile 

COMTLlfE^vr7n _ Doc'aritor 
Chess Set + added pieces. 
Excollenl cond. 1300 or best 
o»or.J2_4.M25 a(lor6pm._ 
COMPLETE 'beauty shop 
eqpt: dryer, chair, pump 
chair, sink, roiiors. tray. 
11200. More info., altar 6pm 

54W168. ;■ 

FOR Re'nT: 4 Whool drive 
Bobcat Loader, 55 HP Ford 
tractor w/scrapor blado. 
Hourly, daily, weekly. De- 
livery a vailable. 73 3- 3 944. 



Now Sail. 



etip. 



palnl. Excollenl 1995 
Go oding .934-54 u c_v o_m_r 3 s^ 
MF 135 dicsel. 12 speed, 

80wer steering, remote 
ydraullc liqhis. low hours. 

*«y^Mrv 733-W58. 

NEW HOLLAND'Super 1049 
Bate Wagon. Pnone 543- 
8067. 



ONE LL746A John Deoro 
■press wheel dmt On' -iTOOB 
John Oeero gram dr.n. 324- 

'2889_ 

REPOSSESSED FARM MA- 
CHINERY lor salo by bid 
Can bo seen mornings from 
9am to 17:30pm at Ralph 
Simmons Ranch soulhwosi 
ol Haietton, Idaho Partial 
Hsi: 2-scctlon harrow, 1 
acetylene lanks. gauges 6 
hoso. 9 boxes baler tw.no. 
Single 100th rippor. siphon 
tubes, pipe traitor, air com- 
pressor, olociric woldor. 



s leal- 



Hjic 



FARMERS 4 RANCHERS: 
Good gas air compressor 
w/largo tank. 1995. 733-3077. 



tors tor milk barn, larm. 
home. Hoddor Electric, 
733-1699. 



114 FarmlmplemenU 

COMPLETE set oM^rm"™- 
chlnory. Good lor a starling 
larm er ._A tlorjlp m 886;7700 ^ 

FOR SALE! 1S54 CB hay 
c 0 m bin 0 . jn qu[r 0 ; 733-8772^ 
FOR SALE INNES" bean 
wlndrowor 6-row. cooler do- 
1 lyery, 543-4013 ov onings . _ 
FOR SALE or trade- Caso 
1270 Tractor. 1973. Excellent, 
low time. Now rubber, cab, 
radio. 17 spood power shift 
weights. 130 hp. 637-4812 

eves . 

FOR SALE IHC~76 Bo™ 
Combine, good shape w 
oxlra parts. _Ph. 543-4096. 



FOR SALEI 9N FORO tractor, 
Ooorborn manure loader, 
over 4 under trans. Irani end 
pum p. 543-497 5. 



FORO tractor raiod 60 hp.. 

profile, good for water 
pumping, loader tractor, 
pipe mover. 11695. 733-3944. 
GENERATOR. 1 5K Onan, 
oxcollant condition Roa- 

3OjTaWo^776-4010 

gallon 
cciji-sr 



' VOURHASTINGS 
' IRRIGATION 
PIPE DEALER 
For top quallly gatod and 
main lino aluminum pipo. 
To<-flow Irrigation Supplies. 
BILL MATHERS 
Rt. 2 ,.Klmborly 423-5847 



HL_ farm A Rarvch Supplies 
INVENTORY REDUOTION 
SALEI Straight wall, all stool 
building. 30'x75"xl2'6". .-in 
color. Includos 12x10 double 
slldor. 3070 walkMn door. 
S7100 delivered. 374-3643 or 
543 -51 69.. 



SURGE- 

pump, 25 CFM- - AmStan, 

wfoll roclalmor. Purchased 
irgorpum p. 637 ^681, 

TWO oxcDltonl ovorhoad 300 
lallon tanks w/sland, had 
lesol. Don Arrlngton 733- 



HESSTON 
Honey wagon, 

lrado_43Mm 

IH 275 Swalhor, 12' dual 
auger, crimper, cab. cooler. 
Good_co n^.J6JW 0^54 WW 8. 
IH 544 diosol tractor, wJIH 
7000 loader. 65 hp TfA 3- 
lolnl, S7500. John Dooro 
1odol B 20x6 grain drill, 
single disc with socdor 1600. 
Near now Lilliston 4-row 
cultivator, homo-mado 
Iromos lo mount on 2V oar 

-im-m-m* 

IH 660 D tractor wJ4-whaol 
drive, excellent tar land 
planing or larm uso. Has 
plenty at power. '436-6914. 
JOHN DEERE EQUIPMENT 
For Salo: 4630 tractor, front 
03sl3l,_4WD, duals, cab, air,- 
wolgtits. 6600 combine.' 
looood. 6 Row cornhaad, 15' 
grain platlorm. 466 wlrohay 
balor. Modol 1710 mulcn 
inter, 16'.'..B row max. mora, 
earn planter, loaded. All fn 
6xc. cond. (601) 795-2660, 
ra5;2?30. _ 

JUNKING OUT a 161 m- 
tornalional Combine. Good 
bolts, motor, drlvo train, 

pulleys, Otc. 543-6110. 

KEWANEE 10' rollo'r harrow. 
Rolfors on Iront, crofeot on 
I p.af, Exc. ca nd ^326-4 3 1 9. „ 
LATE MODEL Irdclors 4 
other larm machinery lor 
salo. Machinery Connection 
678-4534. 



LIKE NEW 6 Ton MiKoo 
stack-n-movor. (4,000. 324- 
4566. 



0 1 629 : 544i._ 
USEO WHEEL LINES*! buy 
now and savof .A volume 
trade in ol wnool linos has 
demanded that wo liquidate 
this tnvomory immediately. 
Hugo savings will be passed 
on 10 buyrv. 2 DAYS ONLY! 
Friday 6 salUrL'ay, fob fin 4 
7th All 50 lines must bo sold 
and paid lor by Feb 10m 
Equipment locked 12 milc-s 
S ol Nampa. ID C.iii 208 ^ 
587-79417 lor directions lo tno 
larm. 



VALLEY WELDING 
& MANUFACTURING 

PMiliC Fum Bodies 



Ccrrugilors & Ditches 

2Vi milos west ol hospital on 
Hwy. 30. right on Clear Spr- 
ing Drivo, Twin Falls. 

rawai 

WANT TO BUY older 'manure 
spioador on rubber 4 older 
Front-end loader to lit small 
Ford, trip bucket OK Condi- 
I '.on no h mpo rja n_L_733 ■ 3 5 4 i_ 
WANTED! Olsabled iraciors. 
trucks, cars. i.T;lpmrjnU 1 
3£f apj.r orK_ 734^1 78 7 
WANTED TO BUYI Ironi cai- 
rlor and woights lor JD 4030. 

CJH 423-6229 mornings. 

12' Bnllion roller hjiro*(; 10' 
Evor smart land plane: 10 vi* 
Case disc; 7' blade: 314 IH 
3-bottom plow: 5 shank cor- 
jugator w/rrtarkors; 3- 
-soction"Acmo harrow, 6'. 

TO-W43_aJ!or 5pjji. "_' 

15' INT'L 315 ROLLER 
HARROW. Good ccncJilion. 

CJll5 43j110. 

1969 Model 4020 John Caere, 
power shift. t9,00C 532-4157 

aMojSpnv 

1B77 4WD HEG1 HI-BOY 
sprayer, reasonable. 536- 



1j43^4^Rijpofr 

IF YOU UKE~ solid wood 
furniture, you'll love what 
wo have lor youl Dining 
tables and chairs, round 
oak. 01c. Wail units lhat will 
hold up your books or tnat 
stereo unit Solid oak 
bedroom furniture priced 
20V. oft, China 4 curio cabi- 
nois. Office 4 roll top desks. 
Swivel desk chairs. 
Rockers, bar stools and oak 
mirrors. Kitchen cabinols. II 
it's wood, call fnooerg's 
HanOerj/rod Furniture, ask 
tor Skip tor our specials. 
673-2636. Hoyburn. Daily 

Sam-6p mjiatj ^p_nv . 

LADIES Wilson Advantage 
Racquotball Racket, h\n 
now. iM. 733JJ93).oxt206of 
734-2640 aHor6;30 pm. _ 
METAL BAND SAW. 2 yoars 
old, H00 new-sell tor S23C. 
Need lucl oil tank 4 stand. 

3 26-4048. 

MUFFLERS installed whilo 
you wait. Complete Mullior 
Service including custom 
duals tor car and pickups 
ABBOTT'S AUTO SUPPLY. 
MS Sh_qs honest. South. 
NEW WHISTLER- 6-1D00 
radar detector tor sale- cost 
1247 now, must sac/ifice- 
1175. Call 733-0931 ext. 206 or 

734^0attqr B;30. * 

Portable dishwasher 
w/cultlng board lop; Tablo, 4 
side chairs. _2__cap|ains 
Chairs." matching bullet; Y 
sofa 4 love seat. Ping ponrj 
table, 734-5711 allor 6pm, 
anytime wcok-enBs , 



REASONABLY priced, at- 
tractive, quality constructed 
lircplaco Inserts 4 freo 
standing stovos. will burn 
coal or wood. Sao working 

d_e to n s ! ran on. «3jS634. 

SET ol Bunkbods: Marbio 
top Dtossor 4 tco cream 
' ?_ W3 r 4782^43-65aj__ 
SEWING MACHINES! This 
weeks special only 117 50- 
des clean, on 4 adjust 
any make machmo. 
Service done in your homo, 
Call543-55e93SklorMIK0. 



SHIRTS! SHIRTS! *■ 
SHIRTS! 

Tho Times-News Advorlls- 
ing DeparlTcnt is selling 
"Rlm-To-Rtm Fun Run" T- 
Shlrts (3,5 milo) 4 
"Rim-To-RIm Run T-Shirts 
(7.5 mile) lor only J3 CO. Wo 
havo lots ol Men's small, 
modlum. large 4 extra large 
siios and children's modlum 
(10-17) and large (14-16) 
sires: but we're vory limited 
on mons sizes on tho 
Rim-To-Rim Run shins. To 
buy your T-shirts jusi stop 
by Ihe Timcs-Nows office at 
132 Third StrootWosl, 



THE HOUND POUND dos- 
poraloly needs slainloss 
steel conlalnors, any slio. 
Ploaso donate botw 5-7pm 

al 13961hAvo.W. 

ZEROX Bond Coplm lor 
salo. oxcoiionl cond. Roa- 

5£na BiPj.734.; 222, 

10" ROCKWELL tablo saw 
J200; New 12" Crattsman 
band saw 1300; Crallsman 



wfbUs 



1100: Win- 



(2| CUBL' CUP TYPE Mow 
polalo planters. 1373 mcdc-l. 

324-4236- ; 

(I) .4320 JOHN DEERE 
tractors^ approximately 5500 



066 INTL. tractor w r C ab. 346 
John Dooro baler. >1014 
Hasslon Hydro-swing, 14' 
swathor w 'conditioner. All 
In axe. cond. 934-5160. 



115 Farm Work Winled 

HAVE HAY HETR1EVER. will 
haul hay m l. k .o Manic Vj':oy 

aroa.324-7975 

HAY RfTRIEVJNG! Call us 
lor your hay hauling needs. 
~-"-ibio. oxpr" 



ro"iovor opera 
FamManarjoir 
4g3-40B9. - 

MANURE HAULING 

BenHo-do-Tann. 423-4^9 
PLOWING, discing. & ma 
nui» 'hauling- ' Rand 



WANTED! 
HAY - HAULING 
TRUCK, 733-3316. 



WIT1- 



Modol 94 30.30 rtllo 
1175; Savage 12 ga. dbl bar- 
rol S175. 536-6267 

ovo^^o^Jt^nds. 

' 12 GAUGE shot-shell loader, 
145, 7 Inch hand saw, (45, 
Powor sanrJor, 140, Pair ol 
boy's hip boots, slio.B. 419. 
Monahan brcaihlng machine 
. lor aslhma oxt, il50. 734. 

3646^: 

■19H-DATSUN Pickup, all 
1977 Luv pickup. Onan 4000 
watt gonoralor. 440 Dodgo 
moior, oil. Iramo 4 670-16 
liros & wheels. 350 Chevy 

°HaL n °^^iWL 

2 WOOD COOK stovos J75 
oa,; I5j Solid steel shalts 
approx. 6"x9': Elec. Motors 
rt-20hp; .734-1787 , 423~«50 
allor 7 pm. 

6' POOL tablo w/baiis~4 
cuos: IS in. Color G £ tv 
324j543 alter 5pm. 



THRIFTY ADS 

TImos-Nows • 1 32 3rd Sf. W. 
Box 548, Twin Falls 
+ 2 LINES $4*00 
■ 2 DAYS A ^ 

(Extra lln«i 51.00 »cch) 

• lt»m»tip to S100 »Pflvot» Party Only 
• Mutt B« Paid When Placed 



Thrifty Ad) _■. 



AKC BRITTANYS, males, 
roso rvon ow. 155 324-3066 _ 
DELUXE butane gas slovo 

5^655-4223. _ 

FRANKLIN 40" stovo 1125; 
16' Boat, trailer. 25hp motor 

I2M. 734.3692^ 

WOODEN rockor: Portable 
^owrltor, each 145. 326- 



074 Musical Instruments 

A^LTs7lC^abincTw76 - tr 
spoakers, 1250; Alms elec 
guitar w/Dimarzio, 5200: 

733-2563. ' 

For Sale: PIANO in excellent 

condition Call 536^329. . 

IC ELECTRIC Guitar. 
Dimanlo pickups. SHARP! 

ISOIirm. 733-6376. 

WARNER'S BAND Instru- 
ment rontai plan (or begin- 
noys. Bundy. King, Conn, 
Yamaha hiow Kohlor 4 
Campbell Pianos. WARNER 
MUSIC 733-70S3 



Musical Instruments 



YAMAHA Accoustic guitar, 
now, w/hard case. Model 
IFG-33iiuo.73j.ai63 



AKAI GX-265D tapo dock, 
aulo rovorso. Excellonl 
cond ition. t60Q. 734-991B. 
LARGE SELECTION ol ro- 
condilionod tv's, somo carry 
2 yoar warranty on- picturo 
tube. 7 34-64&a after 4o m. 



WE RENT now TV's. Also 
furnlluro and appliances. 
Cain's. Twin Falls. 



BEDROOM SETS , 

4 ploco unfinished bedroom 
set. Drossor, mirror, chest, 
headboard, (lull or queen 
slioJ.Spocialprico 1169.00. 



3 piece uinxfclono. dresser, 
mirror, hoaopoard (lull or 
queen). Regijur 5374,65. ■ 
Now 5299; 20.*: 

3 pleco.Oaf*Rilsh. Dtossor. 
mirror, hoadOoard. (lull or 
Queen) Regular 5467.50. 
Now 5399. 90*7 

All at warchouso prices, tho 
warohousa^way. 

Banno^Furnlluro, 127 2nd 
AvyW ost. 733-1421. 
MATCHEO pair burn't or-, 
ango swivel rockers, oxc. 
cond. 5260 Icr pair. 734-6346. 



40 YARDS green: 25 yards 
blue carpot. Very good 
cond. 733-2266jltor Spm^ 



BEAUTIFUL AMANA 
Microwavo oven combina- 
tion, almond, black glass 
Iront 5SO0. Owner will ti- 
nanco^ no Intorost. 734-6053. 



G.E. GAS DRYER, 6 months 
old, mako ollor. 324-8993 
ovo nlnoa 4 weok-ends. 
Power tools can bo yours at 
low pricos. Don't overlook 
them . . . they can bo found 
Inaasslflrirl.TXT-OMt 




Now Financing at 13.5% 



liO RICE MOTOR CO. 
ALWAYS HAS IDE 
LARGEST SELECTION OF 
GENERAL MOTORS 1380 
AND 1381 NEW CARS 
AND TRUCKS 



Chevrolet - l»ontfac - Oldsmobiie - Buick 



Now 

CHEVETTES, MONZAS, 
SUNB1RDS 

^1 1 *t 



New 

CUTLASSES, MALIBUS, 
CENTURYS, LeMANS 

From, . $ 7928 



New 

CITATIONS, OMEGAS, 
PHOENIX, SKYLARKS 



From. 



$ 5440 



Now 

BONNEVILLE, 
DELTA 88, LeSABRE 



$ 8810 



COME IN TODAY. MOST ALL MODELS, 
GAS OR DIESEL ENGINES, TO CHOOSE 
FROM. LOTS OF PICKUPS. 



LEO RICE MOTOR CO., INC. 

CHEVROLET — PONT1AC — OtOSMOULE — KUICK 
934-4439 GOODING 934-4436 



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ALFALFA LEAF CUTTER 
BEE BOARDS nooded. Calf 

733-0K1. 

ANY GOLD OR SILVER: Gold 
rings, silver coins, slotting., 
dontal gold. anyining 
marked lO.H.iflK olc. Call 

a lio_r 7pm;_3247630__ ; 

BUYING I Scrap gold & 
silver. Silver dollars, coin 
collections. 3lamps, 
diamonds, olc. Idaho Coin 
Gallorlos. 302 N., Main 

7334593. 

CASH FOR OLD BIKES. 
Hillnor's Koy & Blko, 33B<lh , 
Ave.Wesl, rfoooia. 



WANTEDI Orlonlal carpols. 
Top dollar paid. 733-2477 
days 5 733-1600 eve's. 



07? 



' Antiques 



OAK SQUARE tablo, China 
I closets, iceboxes, wardrobe 
closol, buffets, & much, 
much mora. Susan Borlln! 
436-M25, 



' END OF MONTH 
JANUARY CLEARANCE 


76 CMC SIERRA GRANDE 

V£J, outomolle, powor itoorlng S 
brakoi. coll bar S mogi. 

$4493 


72 PONTIAC GRANDVIUE 


77 SUBARU 

'3893T 


^ 74 TOYOTA CORONA^ 

$1490 


76 TOYOTA CELICA 

^3995 


74 VOLKSWAGEN BU5 

Robulll onglno, aulomollc. 

. $299S 


'75 OATSUN 710 

4 cylintlor. outomotk. AM radio 
2 door. 

$2470 


73 TOYOTA COROIA 

WAGON [■<.II«i1<d'hIi1I»i 

M995 


m 78 DATSUN KINS CAB ' 


. '53 JEEP CJ3 

V*. J tp.wl. h« ... AMZFM fl.rD.l lo 


| $4660 


M890 




ACROSS 45 Remain 
47 Hardar, 
1 Exclamation 49 Now(pr 0 fiii 
otiurprlie 50 Deutichland 



— Aoiwor to Proviom Puul* 



4 Barbi 



(abbr.) 



bar 



S Motorist's tool 53 DiiwcumL. 
l2V B »w.lha 55 Made homo 

Norway 



tYPo [com 
14S a (atyao 8 ncy 62 c n J a ' 
63SBth-| 



(abbr.) 

15 Stand by 

16 Loneliness 
16 Elementary 

particle 

20 Baby's apron 

21 Emmet 

22 School organ 
istion (abbr.) 

24 Chriiun ■ 
20 Dampest 
30 Phonograph 
machine part 

34 Son-in-law of 
Mohammed 

35 Arabian ship 

37 Gun cavity 

38 Recreation 
area 

40 Chinese 
currency 

42 Ascot 

43 Get tho drop 
on (eomp. 



Leg, 
group (abbr.) 
85 Opening 
68 This (Spi 
67 Black 

. diamond 
6B Go to court 



BRIDGE 



Oswald Jacoby and Alan Sontag 



Unclear defensive signals 



DOWN ■ 



19 Make a 

choice 
23 Deathly pale 

1 Pacific island 25 B '°th«r (il l 

2 Groat Lake 20 City in Texas 

3 Companion of 27 Gusto 
.odds 28 Tempo " 

4 Hinged 29 Racetrack 

5 Blockhoed 



11 German 44 Father (Fr.) 

■philosopher 46 Bend the 
17 Be contiguous head 
48 Flower 

50 Merriment 

51 Time periods 



By Oswald Jacoby 
and Alan SonUjj 

Defensive signals arc given 
by the card led. by the card 
played to the trick and by 
discards. The card led tells 
partner about your probable 
holding in the suit. Thus, on 



lawn to the lead from three 
small as the third besL 

This last has never reached 
total acceptance. There are 
those who still lead high from 
1) 6 4. 8 5 4, etc., and there are 



6 Hunk 

7 Firm ■ 

8 lota 

8 Huge 

continent 
10 Korean 

. cutmnty 



31 Note (Let.) 

32 Norse 
navigator 

36 Carriage 



52 Underground 

plant part 
54 IBOO'sart 
style 

56 Fish roe 

57 South sees 
feast 

58 Class 
60 Compass 

point 



honor or high-spot card lead, the MUD players who lead the 

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39 Breed of dog 61 Southern 



cither indicates that you are' 
leading a short suit or have a 
certain high-card combination 
in that suit. 

Your partner should be able 
to tell from the bidding, his 
look at dummy and his own 
holding In the suit just which 
it Is. 

A low-card lead Is usually a 
fourth beat from four or more 
or the third best of exactly 
-three: 



middle card from three and 
then play up or down later as 
they think best Even more 
complicated are those who 
lead whichever of the three 
cards looks best to them at 
the lime. 

All this looks rather compli- 
catcd.-and it Is. The modem 
convention card has space for 
opening leads and the one 
from, xix may well be 



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There Is confusion and lots 
of disagreement here among 
experts. Way, way back, if 
you were going to have to lead 
a three-card suit you simply 
led the top. Usually you were 
leading your partner's suit, 
but occasionally you were 
striking out on your own. 
Then, as time went by, it 
became customary to lead 
low from such holdings as A 6 



■ i. ji , *a iTn-sr 1 imL]rrr"ogrcom- 

with top more likely or bot- 
tom more likely, to show 
middle, to show any one or 
any two as possibilities. This 
will be confusing for you to 
play against. 

You have one consolation It 
Is equally confusing for your 
opponents who arc leading 
□ gainst you. 

{NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) 



KENMORE electric dryor. 
1140.95. reconditioned 4 
"guaranteed. Kan's TVS Ap- 
plltnco, 420 Main South, 



LADY KENMORE washer, 
dryer: avocado, EXCELLENT 
cond. 12M. 543-5254. 



NEW gold apt. size re!. S2S0: 
Green IS cu. tt. rel, 1250. 
Eva'a, 734-5220. 



USED - G.E. Ralrigoralor, 
1125: Used Frigldaire stove 
HOP. Call 733-4564. 



like new,i250. 423-471 



WHIRLPOOL washer & dryer 
pair, exc. cond., moving, 
must sell, J350 pair. Jan al 
733-7096 between 98. 5:30. 



Sldobysldo.21cu.il. Rogu 
tar 11059.95. 
Nowl£49.COw't 



17 cubic fl. to I rig. era tor- 
fioezer. oood condition. 
543J2V 



HOTPOINT drop-In 
rango. gold 199; SHARP ca- 
rousal microwave, rjold, 
1180. Exc. cond. 734-2064. 



EXTREMELY efficient 
woodburnlng stoves, heat 
yo ur entire house. T3<-*059. 



WOOD STOVE lor sale, 
hoals 1500 sq.il. Call 53B-. 
e577atlor5ommon-lil. 



(2) COMMERCIAL oil heat- 
ers, 46,000 BTU'S each. 
326-4028 evenlnoa. . 



Bulging Material 



U Birch for cabinota w 

J29.93 

WPaitlcalook 

; . , , . I23.S5 

H CD Shop W.48 

HWeldwood M.95 

Rolled roofing 

.„ Ifl.Waroll 

Galvanlzod tin 26" wide 

eOtarunnlnglt. 

Can also order 
colored at 93* a running It. 
Vi"4x88heelrocK . . 
J4.20shoo1 

-NORTHWEST! 
PLYWOOD SALES 

. (Behind United Ol!) 



ROUGH LUMBER, all 
dimensions, cedar ehlnaleB' 
& lumber. Buy mill direct,- 
any amount- 734-7S4a. 
ROUGH LUMBER. - all 
dimensions: corral polos, 
■treated posts, railroad ties. 
lde1lvBr,324-Blfl1. 



WJlljJ. 



GiftoeSilB 



BASEMENT Garaao Sale. 
Frl.4Sat. Mlh & 31st, torn to 

Sm, Church ol God ol 



BK3 GARAGE SALE- Frl 4 
Sat, 10- 6.1 mile Li Vi mile 
N.olMotor-Vu comer. 



Gtrsrje Sales 



HOUSEHOLD SALEI Iri. sal. 
sun. Furniture, clolhos. 
utensils, cookware. 117 East 
71h Slrool, JEROME. 
SAT/SUN. 9-5pm: blkos, 
rugs, antique dresser, 
clothes, misc. 2 S. ol 
Molor-Vu corner. Turn loll. 
4th place on Inlt. 733-6 626. 



DRY FIREWOOD- MS lull 



GREEN collonwood, 145: 
Dry plno IfiO U-Haul; Will 
deliver cottonwood by the 
truck load S100. 734-3507. 
423-4841. 



FIREWOOD. No order loo 
largo or too small. We dc~ 
I Ivor. 73*4567. 



SPLIT FIREWOOD, lull cord, 
W0. Delivered anywhere. 
B37-6259. 



J60 CORD. blocked 
hardwood: 165 Ion plno 
blocks & slabs. Will deliver. 
326-*069. 



083 Good ThingaToEa t 
ONIONS 50 LB. bag; Fresh 
crisp Apples- rod delicious, 
golden delicious, rod romo. 
J6.S5 bushel. Locker beol 
I1 10 lb. as long as II lasts; 
pork SI .19 lb. cut & wrapped, 
hall or wtiolo. Bring your 
own containers. 
LONGHORD MARKET, S. 
Blue Lakes. Call 733-6950. 
STATE Inspocied Idaho 
beol, pork A lamb. Only tho 
llnostdowehandlalnlockor 
moals & short orders. It you 
art) looking lor quality, ten- 
dornoss, flavor, I pro- 
fessional service & 
guidance- call Parr's, 
Wendell, Idaho, 536-5822. 
Established since 1911. 



Purebred Golden Lab pups 
Irom hunting slock. 73M074 
altar 5pm, 733-6781 flam-S 



month Inmalo. Ma. 33i-Bro 



3 LEFTI AKC toy poodle, ' 
peek-a-poo. & 1 Daschunc 
Terrier cross puppy. Mac': 
Konnols. 536-231?: 

Aviation 



120 



16Vi MANTA HANG GU0ER 
w/prono harnesss, 
oxcoltont condition, 536- 
6532. 



Beau i tol.n fiwTJ 





CHRYSLER BOATS and 
motors. Calkins trailers. 
Joromo Implement Co., 
314-3311, Jeromo. 


090 Pels (Supplies 


FREE PUPPY: lomalo 0 
weeks old, mother Is Cocker 
Spaniel-border collie X. Fa- 
' lhtfr a 'Stranger In tho night'. 
524-5166. 


CLOSE-OUT 

ONIBBO'S 
The 81's ara arriving every- 
day and tho selections 
GREAT... at Tom's Marina & 
Sporting Goods. Heyburn 
Bridge Exit, Burtoy. 676-7473 


AKC REGISTERED Cocker 
Spaniels, 1 tomalo & 1 malo, 
bulf color. 734-4733. 
BEAUTIFUL Dog Houses. 3 
sizes, pricod right. See 122 
Jellorson SI. 73J-2450. ■ 


JANUARY SPECIALSI 14' 
Starcralt wffl.9 Johnson & 
like new trailer, only 11195. 
Magic Valley Mobile Homes 
& Marina. 733-6141. 


•BLACK LAB & aprinoor 
spaniel pupplos, tree. Call 
733-2235 or 734-2437 after 5. 


BLACK male Scotilo, 1 year 
old. With papers. WoN 
trained. Call 629-5924. 


OMC stoarn drive 90 hp 16' 
.allvor lino boat S trailer. 
J1195. 543-6698. 


For Sale or Trade: 1 
Purebred Boston Terrlor 
bulldog pup, (emalo. 4 
months 6 1 Black AKC Reg. 
Cockor Spaniel. 6 monlhs. 
734-6121,734-4658. 


SAIL CATALINA YACHTS; In 
13', 15'. 22'. 25'. 2711. fl' 
prams, sail or row. Parts and 
hardware. SAILHAUS, 463 S 
Locust, Twin. 733-8237. 


FREE PUPPIESI Vi Siberian 
Husky. Very cute. 423-4641 . 
FREE PUPPIES- Ihreo Vi 
Doborman & W Gorman 
Shophe.Js. 326-4082. 


17V CRESTLINER TrWiull. 
walk through, '78 Evlnrude 
150 hp. V-6. power till, SST 
prop, only 20 hrs on motor. 
Depth Under. 6 hp Evlnrude 
trolilng molor. lull while 
canvas + lull travel larp. 
Shorollno trailer. Top condi- 
tion. S4150 lirm. 878-1414 
•von. 


GERMAN SHEPHERD 
PUPS. 436-4352; While 
150.00. Black 135.00. 


IF YOUR PET BECOMES 
LOST be sure to chock our 
Lost & .Found listing ap- 
pearing dally- In classifica- 
tion (002 of tho classllied 
eoclion. For all of your lost 
and found pot noods check 
tho ctasslllqdsoctlon dailyl. 
PROFESSIONAL- Dog 
Grooming'- Poodles a 
specialty. Shorrloo's Poodle 
Puff, 734-7068. 


122 SportlngGocds. 
BROWNING PUMP12ouago 
tapered vent rib. 28 r ' lull 
choko, less than 1 box of 
shells shot with tl. 1245. 
733-7175. 


FOR SALE! Electric call carl, 
1400. Call 733-5312 days. 
334-4731 am's&w/ondj. 


PROFESSIONAL 
GROOMINGI Vacatlontnfl? 
I'll board your dog. Chorl 
Mlllor Kennels. 423-5104. 


GRAPHITE fly rods, partially 
llnlshod, fine workmanship, 
make odor. 733-7905. 


MOSSBERG 7mm. mag fillio 
w'Woavor K-4 scope, sling. 
1175; 12 Gua. dbl barrel Sav- 
aoe snolounl125. 734-4793 


Registered fomato golden 
COCKER SPANIEL. 2 years 
old: call 733-8716. 
REGISTERED Scolly pups. 
S150. 423-4425. 


SAVAGE 22 hornet with 
scope, 1100. 433-4735. 


SATIN RABBITS, A canaries. 
Call 034-5187. 


123 Skliitdjouipmant 


SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES 
by^Th under paws Express. 

TO BE GIVEN AWAY- 0 
German Sheptiord-Biack 
Lab pups. £16-6532 after 5. 
Y5Y. POOOLE PUPPIElf 
AKC roolstorod with all 
shots. CaTl686-2781. 


121 Snovv/hicifl 


JOHN DEERE JOX 44« exc. 
shapo, low miles, caver In- 
cluded. SSOO. 733-7605, 734- 
6063. 


TWO I960 AMF 372 snow 
mobllos, axe. cond., will sell 
boinorl. 5364532. 


WOULD LIKE to find good 
homo (or dog. Female black 
cocker spaniel-Border colllo 
X. Had shots. Very lovoable. 
1Wyrsold,324-5iea. 


TWO 1674 Sno-Jels. 440 & 
650, and snow machine trail- 
er. 734-5133. 


1974 POLARIS 440, excellent 
condition. (660. 543-5649. 


179 Aulo Dealers 


175 AutoDoslora 



BEST HIGHWAY MILEAGE 

OF ANY FULL-SIZED 
PICKUP...8I6MC 




That's rightl . . GMC Super Sovor 
ujlth standard 4.1 Liter L6 engine 
teamed ujlth Its 4-speod monuol 
overdrtve transmission offers tho 
best overall mileage estimates of any 
M-sized pickup. . .tho best highway 
ond unbeaten city. 



GMC oho offers o Vfl version of the 
Super Sover Pkkup udtha 5.0 Liter, d-btJ. 
engine uihkh 7eoturas noui Electronic 
Spwh Control («5C). The 5.0 Uer engine 
{uiKh CSC) Is (omWnod uith tho rt«uj 
4-tpeed monuol overdriva transmission 
ond offers (hobevt mleoga estlmotasof 
ony V8 pichup: 



30- 21 i° 28^20 



land WPG" lor lompwmxi Vow 
■V rS'v d*(»ot>oo on lp»*3. DHlon<«. 
u. Mi«o* uJ >-tI>ti InhMvv ovtroT. 
•/uou rrU4og« bwt. GMC [ruchi am - 
ulti GM-bu* ingm pto&xu! trj 



fvtl wonxny id . 
nam oti'td bv cnavicui. 
UUont to hnouj more?. .' See us lod.aul 



LEE 
POMTIAC 
&GMC 



TRUCKS ARB WHAT WE'RE ALL ADOUT I 



1579 INVADER. 300 mllos: 
1676 SST 440; 3-placo 
w{e«tra slnraan Irlr. 13400 
i ariil. 4 32 -M50 alio rSpm. 



IS) POLARIS sno-moblfos 
ranga ISn thru 1975, will 
take best Oiler. 433-5373. 

432-5433,432-5371. 

74 Everesi SkkJco, 1,000 
milos, MOOfUflsl offer: 72340 
ki-ejoo. 1900 mllos. MOOf tsost 
oiler. 324-3648. 



BUY SELL used RV's- 
Atias Sales, Floral & 
EasUand. Call 734-6219. 
1959 ARROWHEAD T #Vr ' 



1975 ir Kit Companion, 
soil-contained travol irallor, 
□ oodcond. 543-5419, 
1978 IT COACHMAN, awn- 
ino, air ccniilionlng. U.000. 

3 24-7994. 32 4- 7967. 

1977 2V SEQUOIA travel 
trailer Icr sale. Good cond. 

Oall S55-4212. 

1 973 24' RaiCrin;er travol 
trailer, Soil or irade- make 
olfor. 359 Jackson. 734-1956. 
35' 5!h wheel l.l., sllUo-out, 
seil-conl., air, ^ ion Chevy 
pickup, 29.000 miles. 733- 

'4 2 72 bol- 2:30cm weekdays. 
73 PROWLER travel trailer, 
sell-contalned 23', very 
excellent condition: 73 

Jfamaha 125 Enduro. 536- 
2008. 



CA-TipeniShtfH 



FOR SALE NORTHLAND 
Factory Camper Shell, in- 
sulated and paneled, fits 
standard foreign pickups, 
excellent condition Call 

314-4224 ' 

WANTEOI 8' Camper with 
overshot. Call 733-3896 
1974 FORD Super Cab 
Ranrjer, I Ion rear end, 
many eitraa, 12' Luiury 
sell-contalned camper, 

15500. t7M235 . 

8' CAMPER w/V. overjhol 
mounted on irlr. lS50rt»sl 
olter. 734-1767, 423-4950. 



127 



UctOfhOfMJ 



FOR RENT I Sell-contalned 
MINMOTOR HOMES. Call 
Suit-it Easy. 7344222. ■ • 
FOR RENT I67S 25' -CrulSO- 
Alr motor noma. Reserve 
now. 324-4426 733-B295. 
FOR RENT1 1978 Winnebaoo 
24' sleeps B. Low winter 
rates. Eic cond. Larrje trig. 

733-2521. . 

REPOSESSED Minl-Moior 
Home, Champion, 20' 1976 
Assume payments ol tiB7 
month. Good shape. 
CARTER HOMES, 73J±5M_ 



-SFr^rrAxnttTEsT 
MOTOR HOME lor rent, by 
day or week. Call 543-4279. 
1978 22V,' TIOGA, GMC 
chassis, 6.000 miles. 1978 
PlnlO tow car. both fully 
equipped. 116.500 or Mark 
Contlneniat + cash, 543- 
ma_ 



Saturday. January 31, 



■ Timos-Nows, Twin Falls, Idaho M 



1975 380 SUZUKI GT. as is- 
needs rear tiro 6 battery. 
S450orbesloHer.734^766 . 



1 1750. Call alter 6 733^221. 
1978 YAMAHA 175. Excellent 
condition, 934-4080 after 6, 
ask tor Ger ald 



1979 HONDA 750 Limited 
Edition, sully loaded, will 
lake large camper wllti 
overshot as luade lor equity. 
543-8321. 



1960 YAMAHA 650 Special, 
low mileage, must sell. Will 
UkebestoffBr.423-4390. 



Haary Equipmtn l 



FOR SALE D-2 Cat 

hydraulic do:er. Call 423- 
4 liaev onings. ■ 



FORK LIFT. 2200 10. capaci- 
ty. 1500 hours, o>collent 
condlllon. Homo 432-5318. 
Work 734-2800 botweon 8am 
tjprrt. 



MOBILE DIMENSION porta- 
ble saw mill. Includes all 
extras & training session. 

7BB-4705 , 

2H 06 Catao'ilar wlcado 
dozer. Good shapo. 2 ml, E. 
Hldgeway turnoll, V> ml. N. 
'A mi. Wosl. 629-5279. 



JOHN DEERE 
USED < . 

INDUSTRIAL EQIUPMENT 

CAT D-5 Doier U7.500 

JD 500 A Backhoe . . . 117.500 
JD550Dozer J3O.000 

ELLIOTT'S INC., 

IIIOvertandAve. 
Elurtey. '" 



_ 123 



8'*5' Lo-Boy utmt) 
w/llghts, toot boa. 15" llres 
6 spare. 1200. 4'i6tt' all 
metal small oo» utility trail- 
er. 16" llres wfspare S12S. 
3J*-534T 



132 Auto, Pins S Accessories 



ALL TRANSMISSIONS re- 
paired, rebuilt, serviced, 
pans. Aalco Transmissions. 
2019 Klmberly Road. 734- 



RE BUILT 
Mustang 
733-6620* _ 



speed Ford 
transmission. 



SAVE 50« PER GALLON. 
Dual luet propane con- 
versions. Trucks, vans, 
p^ckucis, HW 30 Garage. 



STUDDED radial snow llres 
and Ford 4-Etolt wheels. 
tiro. 734-4244 B-5. 



WANTEOI Stock rear bump- 
er 4 braces Icr 60-56 Chev or 

GMC PU. 734-4793. 

WE REBUILD Hydraulic 
Jacks al ABBOTT'S AUTO 
SUPPLY. X5 r 
SlreeiSot;lh,Twln. 
1964 Rebuilt 289. Now 
carburator, clutch, pressure 
plato, starter, bollhousmg, 
headers. Best otter. 326-5346 

or 326-5122. 

(2) GOODYEAR SNOW 
TIRES, 825x14, used 1 
winter. S16. each. Call 733- 
4536. 



HARLEY DAVIDSON 
Molorcycio: See, Joromo 
Imptomont Co.. 324-3311. 
Joromo. 



Put A Little Sport 
In Your Life! 



1980 Chevrolet 
Monza 2 - 2 Coupe 




lering. wheo! oponini 
iltc-vors. No. M35. 




With tinlod gloti, sport 
engine, monuol Irontmlji 
leu) ipeakar. ro'lyo who 



ONLY 

$ 5337 

1981 Chevrolet 
Camaro Sport 
Coupe 



ONLY 

$ 7091 



1981 Chevrolet Monte 
Carlo Sport Coupe 




aulomotic ipi 
tronimiition. lilt, tier 
lighting. AAA radio. ro< 
white ttripa tlrai. 4.4 
koyod Inlorior. 55/45 
oxlras. No. 1-12. 



ot ond many othor 



ONLY 

$ 8314 



NOTICE — WE DO NOT 

service Southern Idaho 
Leaaing vehicle*. 



Ace Hansen 

CHEVROLET 



1 



JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE 

T 




OVER COST 

ON EVERY P0NT1AC, CADILLAC, DATSUN & GMC TRUCK 

This Willie The Biggest Sale In Our History 

EXAMPLE'S 

198f PONTIAC PHOENIX COUPE 



fottory Eqvlppvd. WMt«Wot1>. CunomB.li.. Sport MirrBii. Pow.r smaring 

Factory Invoke? , ,". . $6137.00 

Undarcoat 48.30 

Salesman Commlstlon 08.73 

5.75% Profit 333.6a 

SaUPrlco $6629.89 

1981 PONTIAC SUNBIRD 

Power Disc Brakes, Powor Sloorlng. Radio 
Factory Invoke. 14360.00, 



1981 DATSUN 210 SEDAN 

3. Door, FoC'ory Equipped 
Factory Invoice. 



Undercoat . 
Salomon Commit) 

5.75V. Profit 

SoloPrlco 



$ai]°.oo 
4S.90 

61.» 
113.0O 



. $4391.73 



Jndorcoat 

Solo.mon Commliilon . 
5.75% Profit. 



48.90 
66.29 
364.96 



. $4939.71 



1981 DATSUN PICKUP 

LII'Husllpr, Faclory Eqolppod 

Factory Involco 

Undorcoat 

Salosman Commission 

5.75% Profit ' 



. $5376.00 
48.30 
76.30 
■ 306.13 



Solo Prko $5707.13 



1981 CADILLAC SeVILLE ELEGANTE SEDAN 

Tho Ultimate In Lu>q^AutomDbi!os 

Factory Invoic* $22,434.00/ 

Undorcoat. . 48.50 

Salosman Commission . . -322.23 ■ 

5.75% Proflr 1,289.38 

SoloPrico . . . : . . $34,084.13 




JOHN CHRIS/MOTORS 



600 Block Main 
Avenue East 



WHIRI DIALS ARI MADI NOT JUST TALKID ABOUT 



733-1823 



fri ll T i fnn » ; Ho w i,. Tw )n FallSrWaho Salurduy; January Otrlflflt- 



1M Hb«yy Eq uipment 

4-WHEf-L DRIVE loaders, 
MckhMs I other Industrial 
oqulpmant for siie. Maertln* 
qry&nn«llQn673-4S34. 
< WHEEL Crlvo Loader 
Michigan SS uiiei 2. Detroit 
dlaui. Cell Randy Rich 
4JMH0 or 678-3519. ask lor 
unit IMS. 



BUS' 1903 Inlomatlcnal. 32 
passenger, runs very well, 
OFFERS. 726-4010. ' 



F-flOO FORD dump truck 6VS 
yard bed, lull air brakos. For 
Salo or will Irado lor small 

pickup. 53 MM'. 

GREEN 1974 VI Ion FORD. 

Eood condition. 1-ownn;., 
altaflor5pm,-734-fll23. 1 
HALF TON 69 DODQE "at 
bad truck, good cond.. new 
overhaul, easy on oas! 

73*1922. 

MUST SACRIFICE 1980 ForU 
Courlor PU. 5 speed, 7' bod 
with camper shell. 
ISMSfboal oiler. 73<-1 766 
-WANTEDIGood6cyllnder,4 
speed Ford or Chovv- 
Pickup. 70-78, good condl- 
" iron.543-S685aMor6Dm. ■ - 



. WANTED: 
TRUCKS! 

tt-VMTon 

2W.D.Of4W.D. 
TOP PRICES PAID 
TOR NICE UNITS 

DICKDEY 
OLDS-BUICK 

712 Main Ave. So. 
TWIN FALLS 73M721 



SHARP 1B77 Sutwru station 
wagon 3-wheol drive, 25- 
32MPG. oxc. cond. a to S 
324-433J. Atlor 5 733-96fl1 



TOP CASH - 

For VOLKSWAGENS 
In Any Condition 
7WK02 



Antigua Auto i 



1(4 



AutOS-AMC 



body 5 4 sp. Mech. cond 
unlmporl. 726-EW Icollocl). ■ 



1971 OATSUN. now radial 
t'ros, good condition. Phono 
324-21 27. 



1974 AUDI FOX. looks llko 
now. Jusl hid 60.000 mils 
chock-up. Everylhlno good. 
Now radlals. m™ 
11695.823-4362. 



1979 AMC AMX. 4-apd, PS. 
Pa. mag whoels, radial tires, 
sunroof, am-lm radio, tapo 
deck. exc. cond. Best oiler. 
Alter 6pm 734-3025. 



152 



AulM- Utile* 



1975 CHRV 

miles, now ^-mission, mut- 
Mors, w/snow tiros. Good 
condition. S1 BOO. 734-6651. 



1974 DATSUN 610. Good 
condition. 11900. 733-3395. 

1975 TRIUMPH Tfl-fl; rod, 3 
lops, one cond. OWI forces 
sale. Brian, 623-4448. 623- 
4556,6 23-4342. ■ 

1876 DATSUN 71 0 2D hard 
top; e«c running cond. 
Priced bolow duo booK al 
i 21S0.734-l239a li er5:30pr 



1SB 



Autos - Chevrolsl 



1S77 DATSUN 2BOZ2+2, air. 
4 spood. low mlleago. 
*" Call 726-913 2.. 



1977 TOYOTA whllo Collca 
GT llliback, 36,000 miles, 5 
sp,, am-fm cassotlo. 'air, 
fancy whoels. Eic. cond. 
"\06_733-1794, 734-6692. 



1078 HONDA CVCC Wagon; 

low mlleago, economical. 

CaU 734-7384 .illor 5pm. 



1966FORD3sp. Vi Ion. Runs 
good, good tires. 1600. See 
207 California. Gooding. 
934-4254. 

1969 CHEVY V* ton -Panel 
truck. Automatic, rebuilt 
engine. 72,000 mites. Groal 
condition. 734-2,51 after 6pm 
Mon-Frl. / 

1970 DODGE '00 3 ton truck 
413 V-8. 5 & 2. air. brakes, 
734-5123. . 

1971 CHEVY/V. Ion pick-up. 
- Newrubber/423-4425: 

; 1972 GMC/PU. P/S, P/B. 
A/T. A/C,/ now tires. A-1 
condlllon. ttB95. 324-3232. 

1972 \HVL Iruck w/392 
engine, »& 2 ap; 1967 Int'l 
truck w/345 engine, Allison 
auto. Both single ailos. 

423-4269 / 4 23-4805 ■ 

1975 DATSUN long bod, 
camper shell, 2000 engine, 
4-sp, good cond. ji750. 
543-6321. 



■Is, slotted rims. Bost otfor. 
^08,733:1204. 

1976 FORO W ton camper 
shecialwlthSW Roadrunner 
camper w/refrlgoralor, 
oven, stereo. 629-5565. 

1977 CHEVY Vi ton. 
Automatic, power sterlng & 
brakos, air. 12995. 536-0250. 

1978 COURIER. 34,000 miles. 
S-ap, tape player, am-fm 
radio, buckol seats, air, new 
tlresj.S 2 snow Uros. 13500, 
,487-3368. 



1979 TOYOTA SR5. Ultback. 
5 spaed, new llres, J3450, 
423-4911. 



733-9138 or 733 -Bara ., 
1980 GLC Sport; sunroof, 5 
sp. AM/FM stereo, like new. 
Bostol ler.734 -5931. 
1960 SUBARU alallonwagon 
GL 4x4, am-lm stereo 
cassette/luggage rack. Exc. 
condition. 16 300 934-351 3. 



1966CAMARO-327,4-spoed. 
clean, new brakes, springs. 
S-balljOlnts. 324-6971. 
1973 CHEVY NOVA 4-door. 

1900.326-4131. 

■1973 NOVA SS. 350. auto. PS. 
PB, buckals. 75.000 ml. Exc. 
cond. S209S'bos1 offer. 

733-oq38_a(ior flpm. . 

1979 MONTE CARLO 
Landau, evory option Incl. 
-AM-FM CB, over flO.000 ori- 
ginally. > evorylhlng 
oxcellonl. Black & silver. 



Only lakes a low mlnulos to 
chock our columns. But 
jjou^savo lo!s ol dollarsl 



73 CHALLENGER, nice 
palnl. super Inlorlor, chrome 
spoko wheels wJradlals. A 
nlceca/,t1 995. 734-0477. 



183 



Agios -Fordi 



A PEACHI Clean 1973 Pinto. 
New brakos, shocks. Good 
tiros. Economical 4 cyl. . 4 
sp. This car has been ro- 
condilloned by O.K. Auio 
Systems. ri3-3fJ77.1lW 



CHEVY Vega. 1976 T SW. 
Good MPG A runs good. 
t1505/best otfor 543-4371. 

Aftor 6pm , 5 43-5604. 

DEPENDABLE, economical. 
1972 Pinto. Runs oxcellonl. 
flood ilros. 1900. 733-0175. 



1974 MUSTANG 

chback; V-6..4 spood. new 
radial tires. 12000. 324-5065 
or 734-3014, ask tor Dnsblo. 



1979 THUNDERBIRD: — 
miles, 2-ione, oxcellonl 

condition. 734-76 79^ 

302 FORD oncino 4 auio. 
trans. 1400: 170 fl'cyl. Ford 
engine J150; 8 Cyl, Gremlin 
qnglnn 115 0.934-537 " 



74 FORD Gran Torino. 2-dr 
hardtop, vinyl roof, small 351 
Ctovoland V-6. PIS, P/B. air. 
Sopor car! 11295 Honey's 
Imports, 204 4th St. 
Haiellon. ID 629-4146, 829- 
572l_anytimo, ■ - ? ■ 



168. Auloa— Lincoln/Merc ury 
MUST SELL 1BB0 WorcuTy 

Capri, good gas mileage, 

with alr.toBS. Can 53<V6564. 
ORIGINAL YEAR 1987 
Cougar, 289 eng.. good 
condition. 11200/oiier. 
733-0175.- 



166 Aulos-Llncolri-Mercury 

1975 LINCOLN Town Coupe 
w/ail accessories, loaded. 
Exc, cond, 12895. 733-2233 
days. 733-7816 e ves. 
1979 ZEPHYR 2-dr. Ghla 
model. PS, PB, air, cruiso 
control. 1111 steering wheel, 
caisetio lape dock, low 
mlleago, mako olfer, 733- 

3312. 

1960 MERCURY Capri; 
AM/FM radio. 8 Irack tapo 
player. 1500 0, 934-4929. 



MUST SELL 72 OLDS 98. 
Vory ctoan. Runs groall 
MM. MKW?, W3-S345. 



MUST SELL- 1>74 Grand . 



1972 PLYMOUTH FURY ala- 
lion wagon, only 38,000 oasy 
mllos. Excollont condlllon, 
543-5250. 



CASH 

FOR YOUR 
CAR 

WILLS USED CARS 

_: 733-7365 



1080 TOYOTA CEUCA GT 
Coupo. black package, air, 
sunroof, till, sleroo. alumi- 
num wheels. 6500 miles. 

17750. 733-1533. 

71 CORVETTE. 454 auto, T- 
top. Sanyo am-lm cassette, 
p/a, prb. aft. M.SQO. 837- 
4412, 



829-4146, 829-5721 anytime. 



76 TOYOTA COROLLA, de- 
luxe 4-<tr, 1600CC. A/T. Looks 
" runs llko now. S2295. 



/1978FORD F-1S0 PU w/super 



stereo radio, cruiso control, 
dual tanks, 17mpg. 14700, 
low book Is 15000. New llres. 
Will not reluse any roason- 
ableolfor. 349-5735. 
"4980 DATSUN PICKUP and 



hacksaw J10O; Rear stop 
bumper lor Ford/Dodge 140 
oa.; Hand winch 150 or bost 
otfor on above; 734-1787, 

423-4950 alter 7pm. 

22' TRI-AXLE 5th whool Irall- 



432-5391 or 734-1078. 
72 FORD Vi Ion. 360 
■ automatic, lalo modal in- 
sulated shell. Sharp, A-1 
mechanically. JI395. 
Honey's Imports, 204 4th St. 
Huollon, ID 629-4146, 629- 
5721 anytime. 



77 CEUCA GT Ultback. 5 

speed, a/c, am-lm cassolto. 

Exc. shape. 666-2281. 

79 HONDA Civic; exc cond. 

15.000 mllos. 13800 or bost 

olfer. 734-3707 all. 5pm 

mon-lhurs. 



146 



4WhMlDrrfe 



FOR SALE 1979 Dodge W150 
4x4, V-8, 4-spood. 26.000 
miles, Macho package, 
custom palnl & wheels, 1600 
and assume loan. 543-6321 . 



FOR SALE- 1979 Ford 4x4. 
$4600. 1976 Ford 4x4. 13600. 
1975 Dodgo 4x4. 12200, or 
best offer. 567-7947 lor do- 
lalls. 




REAL SHARP 1950 2-A Willys 
Jeep, now llros, robullt 
engine. Musi see lo apprise 
dale. 11650. 734-4365. 



VERY SHARP 1973 Jimmy; 
low mileage, lots ot extras. 
Call 734-403Q be lore 
9am/allor 5pm & w/ends. 



1966 TOYOTA Undcrulsor, 
Good condlllon. 11,750, 
733-0036 alter 6pm. 



1974 FORD 4x4, automatic 
trans., loss than 25 000 on 
now ong toadod w/oxtrasl 
734-5940 attor 6pm. 



1975 FORD 4x4 V. ton, 4 
spood, mlcholln tiros. 
Phone 788-4269 (Halley). 



I97B CHEVROLET 
SILVERADO 4x4. Best ollor 
wlthin3days. 324-4088. 



1077 BLAZER, air condlllor 
g, radio, hoator, 
3-7107,734-4147. 



. FORD 

automatic, sharp, cloan, & 
A-1 ' mochanlcally. 11695. 
Honey's Imports. 204 4th St. 
Haiollon, ID 829-4146. 829- 
. 5721 anytime. 



141 



Vans 



1B71 FORDCampor-Vaii, V-fl. 
air, storoo, rolrlgoralor, 
Stovo a m orn, 536-2104. 
1074 1 Ion CHEVY VAN. 350 

auto, ps, while spoke 

whoo ls. 543-£OQ lallera. 
1977 CHEVY W ion Sports 
Van, air, AM-FM, CB. storoo, 
radial tiros, custom Interior, 
shar p! 14150. 678-1414 ev os^ 

1977 DODGE custom van, 
custom interior, one cond, 
Call- Brian, 823-5*46." 823- 
4553, 623-4342, 

1978 GMC Vandura Rodl 
Knmp, loaded. 734-8701. or 
734-6714-koop trying. ■ 



1977 BUICK LoSabro. alt 
powor, soo to appreciate. 
14105. or will trade lor 4 
whool Chov or Ford 
543-4257. 



1977 F-150 Ranger XLT. A/C. 
CC, AT, sliding roar window, 
oarpoled. AM/FM storoo. 
31.000 mllos. oxc cond. Go- 
ing ort Mission-must solll 



1977 4-whool drlvo SUBARU 
stallonwagon. ' In groal 
shapo. Nood lo. soil soon. 
543-4910. . , 

197fl FORO K Ion Ford 4,4 
Ranger 400, Norseman radl- 
als on chromo rims, maroon 
& silver, tocx.*oui hubs, 

28,000 mltns. 437-5360. 



1978 GMC Slorra Grando, 
shorlbod, exc. con,, low 
mllos, many extras, 733- 



72 CJ-5 JEEP, 304, hoadofs, 
full cago roll bar, good rub- 
bor & paint. Runs good 
543-56dSjllor6. 

73 GMC JIMMY, NEW 350 
torgalmasior onglno, now 
trans., looks good. 12995. 
734-6058. 



3-1979 CHEVROLET 3 / 4 TONS 

At' a A T"l°J iZ Tra 0 n f 1 mi " i0fl - Steering, Powor Brotos. 

AM Radio, Mirrors & Hitch 

YOURCHOICE c . ...*2195 

OR ALL $4l|AjP 

THREE FOR O IT) 



LOOK! 

TODAY ONLY 

j Every New Vehicle in stock 
will be sold at $100.00 . 
Oyer Our Cost 

P&Qlos Chevrolet 

-140 Wast Main 
: 324-5434 734-6565 3 




••. J97B CHEVROLET DIESEL PICKUP 

»<»»•■ s 6495 

1979 CHEVROLET CHEVETTE 

No. 330. =„,.„.,„. ol, t o„dl,ionl„„. Si, S" bo' K ,o ' to \ «,»„„., 

now ... $ 4195 

no 1979 CHEVROLET CAMARO BERLINTA 

XS&SZSF- " •«*••• — <«. v*. 

now .......... s 6195 

1978 CHEVROLET NOVA RALLY SPORT 

now 3995 

1976 TOYOTA COROLLA SR5 

No, 31 1. *.cyJlr.dor. 5-ipood. radio, now palnl, 

mow $ 2795 

1977 CHEVROLET ^ TON PICKUP 

no. ti ,e. s ,„„,d.i.. 5,. m „,« v... po«of „:.";;. ui"""L 

mow • $ 3495 

1974 CHEVROLET IMPALA 
how.......... .. $ 995 

Paalos Chevrolet 

!40W.,tMoln Jerome- ' 
«t!C 0 r t :32<-5434 N.» Cor,! 324~«ai8,734.o5„5 

Mlk. Coro — Al J.nklm — Jim Parl.h —Ed Churchmen 



GIGANTIC USED 
CAR CLEARANCE 

SAVE $$ LIKE NEVER BEFORE | 

Every used car priced way below book 

1979 MERCURY MONARCH 4d. Slock No. 321 '3444 

1 973 CHEVROLET M.ALIBU . d„o, . . . , s.o=k ». ,„' 987 

1 978 HONDA3D00 slotk NG . S46 »3777 - 

1 977 DODGE ASPEN STATION WAGON .»„„.. s,« k no. 6io '2400 



1 975 PONTIAC SPRINT 2 d.o, s ,« k N 



'1287 



Siocft No. 600 * 980 
Stock No. 605 '4666 

Slock No. ( 



1 973 MERCURY MONTEGO : Deo,: / sio<k No. S77 * 1 377 

"1 978 HONDA ACCORD 2 00. 5 ,„ Ik N „. !e - '3966 

1 978 MAZDA GLC 5 Door 'I',.: S,o t kN., 58 6 '2964 

1 977 DATSUN 8 1 0 4 D<»r S10tk „ 0 MB '3990 

1 976 CHEVROLET CONCOURSE j Door , .' s,.,k No. »t '3488 

1 980 CHEVY CHEVETTE . D„r Slolk « „, '3985 

1 973 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON . d, 

1 979 CHRYSLER CORDOBA 1 Door 7 

1 97 1 CADILLAC , doo, s .„, „, 6M ' 490 

1 978 BUICK SKYLARK 3 Door S10tk N „. . '4388 

j 1975 CHEVY MONZA 2 Doo, 

1 977 CHRYSLER LoBARON inoor 

.1974 MERCURY MONTEGO 4D00, 

1 980 PONTIAC PHOENIX a doo 

1 979 DODGE COLT HATCHBACK 2 Doo, 

1 974 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL 4 Door 

1 978 DODGE W-l 50 

1975 COURIER 

I 1978 GMC DIESEL V, TON PICKUP 

1976 FORD Vj-TON 4x4 

1979 MERCURY ZEPHYR 2 Doo, 

1 973 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4 d„o, 

1 976 MERCURY MONTEGO 4000, 

1979 PLYMOUTH TC-3 2 Doo, 



. Slock No, 613 



'3300 
' 999 



Slot* No. 617 '4666 

Slock No. 610 '1875 

Stock No. 1 196 '4440 

Stock No. 1 197 '1983 

Slock No. 1190 *4665 

Stock No, 1 193 ♦3977 

Stock No, 633 '4260 

Stock No. 623 ' 996 

Stock No. 634 '2370 

Stock No. 625 '4974 

. 1 97B CHEVY NOVA 4 doo, 510ck No t: , '2777 

1.97A01DSMQBJLE «TLASS 2 Door S ,o<k No. 62! '4379 

1 974 DATSUN B-2 1 0 2 Door \ ,.._,-„ No . M , * 1 487 . 

1 975 DODGE W- 1 00 s ,« k „„. ,,42 '3587 

1979 DODGE D-50 s,= e kN=.,i49 

1 969 CHEVROLET '/,-TON PICKUP stock No. nsr 

1979 DODGE D-50 

1977 DODGE VAN 

1978 DODGE Vi-TON 

1 975 CHEVY BLAZER 4 x 4 .... ; siock no. , „. '2500 

1971 OLDSMOBILE 98 4 0 oor 

1 970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4D00, 



'3677 
* 688 



Stock No. 1166 '3964 

Slock No. 1 172 

'1999 

Stock No. 1106 '3885 

Slock No. 119C 



. Slock No. 631 



390 
788 



1969 CHEVROLET EL CAMlNo ,\ siock No. „,7»1288 

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